This article is by: The Straits Times
Read more here: Singapore and China sign bumper number of deals at top annual bilateral summit
An excerpt from The Straight Times:
"Singapore and China have inked as many as nine agreements at their latest apex bilateral meeting, held for the first time in the south-western Chinese city of Chongqing.
The two countries signed a raft of pacts - from customs twinning to a Smart City project in Shenzhen to a youth internship exchange programme - at their 15th Joint Council for Bilateral Cooperation meeting.
The substantial number of deals - up from seven signed at last year's talks - could be seen as a sign of a new chapter in the relationship between the two countries, as Singapore transitions to a new political generation."
Below: Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat (left) and Chinese Vice-Premier Han Zheng in Chongqing, China.
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