SINGAPORE (Aug 27): Singapore is expected to suffer the brunt of “collateral damage” as construction activity in Asia shrinks due to ongoing US-China trade tensions, according to BIS Oxford Economics.

Economist April Skinner notes that businesses are increasingly reluctant to invest as the region loses its direct connections to China.

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