Firms in S'pore assessing impact of Russia sanctions on operations, contractual obligations

It may be some time before firms have a fuller picture of how they are impacted by the sanctions imposed. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE - Companies in Singapore are still assessing the impact of the Ukraine war and how sanctions against Russia could affect their operations and contractual obligations.

Several industry and business associations said that it may yet be some time before firms have a fuller picture of how they are impacted by the sanctions imposed by Singapore and other countries on Russia.

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