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Singapore food prices, flights may be affected if Ukraine crisis worsens: Experts

Ukrainian exports include grains, vegetable oils and a host of other products. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Singapore can expect the cost of food and other goods as well as international flights to be affected if tensions between Russia and Ukraine degenerate into conflict, experts told The Straits Times.

The impact might not be immediate and the Republic is unlikely to adjust its security arrangements, they said, adding that Singapore probably would not take sides should the situation worsen.

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