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US firms will invest in Asia no matter who the US president is: panellists

That's because the region is a growth engine; the panellists also say it's too early to predict how the US under Donald Trump will pan out

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Vikram Khanna (left), BT associate editor, moderating on Day 2 of the Outlook 2017 forum organised by The Business Times and Canon. The panellists are (from left) Amcham's Judith Fergin, NUS head of strategy and policy department Andrew Delios, NTU's Joseph Liow and IE Singapore's Ivan Tan.

Singapore

THE surprise election of billionaire tycoon Donald Trump as the next US president and the possible impact of his new administration on South-east Asia took centre stage at a business forum here on Wednesday.

While some speakers sounded a cautionary tone, saying that it

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