Singapore Medical Council
On 2010, 331 Singaporeans received full and conditional medical registration (aka registering to be a doctor in layman) and for foreigner, the number is a whopping 484. I have also generated a chart of doctor registration from 2001 to 2009.
The very sad thing of Singapore is our leaders try to prevent the working class students from receiving the elite medical education--even though our students receive perfect score in A levels. Meanwhile, lots of foreign doctors are imported especially from India. In another word, our medical cartel has betrayed Singaporean by keeping NUS medical school intake low so that more foreigners can practice medicine and earn top bucks here.
The reason for such pervertness shall be further discuss in future articles.