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Singapore, China discuss further investment and trade collaborations

Published on Jun 5, 2014 5:14 PM
 
Singapore and China reaffirmed their commitment to collaborate with each other in investments and trade on Thursday at the fourth meeting of the Singapore-China Investment Promotion Committee (IPC). -- ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

Singapore and China reaffirmed their commitment to collaborate with each other in investments and trade on Thursday at the fourth meeting of the Singapore-China Investment Promotion Committee (IPC).

The meeting, held in Singapore, was co-chaired by Singapore's Minister for Trade and Industry Mr Lim Hng Kiang and China's Minister of Commerce Mr Gao Hucheng.

The IPC meeting is a platform for Singapore and China to share information on economic policies to promote greater investment flows between the two countries.

At the meeting, the Ministers discussed opportunities for collaboration arising from China's ongoing economic reform and ways to facilitate investment cooperation in key growth sectors.

 
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