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Sunday, 26 February 2017 13:33

Singapore and China work to boost Chongqing's connectivity

The two countries signed a raft of agreements ahead of the annual Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation on Monday.

BEIJING: Singapore and China have deepened their economic partnership through a raft of agreements signed ahead of the annual Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation (JCBC), the highest-level forum between the two countries. The JCBC, which is an annual high-level bilateral platform to discuss ways to deepen and broaden Singapore-China cooperation, will be held on Monday (Feb 27).

For example, International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore) will partner Chongqing’s municipal government to facilitate two new projects to improve the municipality’s transport links to the rest of China and beyond.

This is part of the Chongqing Connectivity Initiative, one of three Government-to-Government level projects between Singapore and China.

Source: Singapore and China work to boost Chongqing's connectivity, Channel News Asia, 26 Feb 2017 10:16PM