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Ukraine crisis: Which sanctions are likely to hurt Russia the most?

The rouble was plunging against the dollar in Moscow on Feb 28, 2022. PHOTO: NYTIMES
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SINGAPORE - Singapore on Monday (Feb 28) joined an expanding league of "like-minded nations" to scale up the burden of sanctions on Russia for invading its smaller neighbour Ukraine.

While full details of the sanctions have not been revealed, they will include some export controls and financial curbs, according to Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan's statement in Parliament.

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