Global slump echoes in Port of Singapore

Singapore warns about a new downturn and looming economic slump. The number of containers in the world’s second largest container port is in decline.

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While the nation moves at the cusp of recession, Singapore’s Prime Minister has issued a serious warning to his countrymen concerning a looming economic slump that could turn into a deep crisis.

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