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“To my mind, SingTel sounds good as a company but SingTel is not a company, it’s a government. Singapore doesn’t have the best of human rights records. It does have different standards to Australia. It doesn’t believe in free speech; it doesn’t have a transparent democracy, all of which are fundamental to the way we do business and the way we conduct ourselves.”
– Mr Kerry Stokes, chairman of the Seven Network in Australia, Sydney Morning Herald, June 22, 2001