SINGAPORE (May 8): With over 3.5 million cases and at least quarter million deaths globally, Covid-19 is as much as health crisis as it is an economic crisis. Governments worldwide have been forced to implement safe distancing measures and movement control orders to slow the spread of the disease and manage the load on healthcare systems. And these measures have inadvertently impeded operations of key economic activities and caused widespread global economic disruption.

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