We are meeting here in Singapore at a moment of change, challenge and, potentially, even crisis. It is a moment of change in the global economy - as world-changing innovations are being developed, but against the backdrop of unprecedented political pressure on cross-national supply chains.
It is a moment of challenge in geopolitics, particularly in this part of the world, as the US-China relationship comes unstuck.
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