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Resilient supply chains come from greater connectivity: MAS chief

The pandemic has shown how crucial it is for countries to keep markets open and trade flows smooth, Menon says

Mr Menon says Singapore's "fast lane" arrangement with China, launched to facilitate essential business travel between the two countries, is an example of efforts to keep global supply chains open.


COUNTRIES should resist the temptation to retreat behind respective borders, even as Covid-19 has revealed how dependent - and vulnerable - countries are on global supply chains, said Ravi Menon, managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on Monday.


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