Singapore thrives on connectivity. Our lack of natural resources has led us to depend heavily on our trade connections. We also capitalise on connecting people, businesses and, as last month's Trump-Kim summit showed, even states.
But connectivity also carries risks, as activities - including those of a criminal nature - are increasingly carried out across borders. Connectivity also poses regulatory challenges as states grapple with integrating economic systems to facilitate investment and trade.
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