Applying Singapore law in accordance with a stock purchase agreement’s choice of law clause, this decision holds that the employer did not breach that agreement when it bought back the employee’s stock after having fired him.  The agreement provided for an employer buy back at market value of the stock if the employee left employment voluntarily or involuntarily for any reason whatever.  The decision holds that this language clearly gave the employer the right to buy back the stock when employment ended even if the employer had terminated employment in violation of local law.  The employee’s remedy, if any, lay in a suit for, and an award of damages in, a wrongful termination suit, not in a suit for breach of the stock purchase agreement.