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South China Sea issues barely make a splash

Speakers cite global issues such as rise in insularity, terrorism as threats to China's transformation

In his opening speech, DPM Teo said China, Singapore and neighbouring countries need regional stability for development.


TENSIONS in the South China Sea got only the briefest of mentions at the start of a high-level forum here that looked at opportunities in China's new economy amid changing global and domestic realities.

Even so, disputes over the South China Sea were clearly still on

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