The case of a Little India health clinic, which was filmed allegedly breaching safety violations while screening foreign workers, has thrown the spotlight on the intense competition for screening foreigners here.
Some practitioners told The Straits Times that the medical screening sector is lucrative, "highly competitive" and "cut-throat", with price wars and staff poaching not unheard of.
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