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Singapore, partners pledge to keep essential trade moving

Efforts have been steadily ramped up to deal with disruptions to essential items, through stockpiling, local production and diversification of overseas resources, Minister Lawrence Wong told Parliament on Wednesday.


SINGAPORE and half a dozen other regional economies have pledged to keep air, sea and other trade flows open during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Less than a week after the Republic and New Zealand committed to ensuring supply chain connectivity, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile...