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Source:Big Middle Small

SINGAPORE, March 6 (Xinhua) -- The Singapore-China trade relations will remain strong and robust despite the COVID-19 outbreak, Singapore Business Federation (SBF) Chairman Teo Siong Seng has said.

As this year marks the 30th anniversary of the establishment of Singapore-China diplomatic relations, "business communities in both countries are enjoying a long-standing and mutually-beneficial relationship that extends beyond trade and commerce," Teo said in a written interview with Xinhua on Thursday.

The COVID-19 outbreak does not affect the Singapore-China trade relations and "SBF is confident that our trade relations will remain strong and robust after COVID-19," he said, adding that the SBF is optimistic about the future of the Chinese economy, as China remains the prime engine of global growth by contributing 30 percent to global economic growth in 2019.


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