As countries fight to contain the Covid-19 virus, the current state of the world has become increasingly more complex and difficult, both in the financial markets and in the geopolitical arena.

This global pandemic has brought about numerous business constraints and vast economic uncertainty to businesses and households. While the new economic landscape may look very different and difficult as we emerge from this global health crisis, the paradigm shift may also open doors to different opportunities for Singaporean companies.

For the past months, businesses have had to counter many fronts. From implementing immediate health protocols and distancing measures while attempting to sustain productivity levels in this health crisis, they also need to take into account implications of possible turmoil in the global financial market and geopolitical tension between China and the US, two of the biggest markets in the global economy.

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