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How Singapore sees itself complementing China's Belt and Road

The city state wants to be make itself a REIT and arbitration hub

SINGAPORE -- This city-state wants to capitalize on the big bang in Asian infrastructure that China's Belt and Road Initiative has set off.

The island's government has begun looking into forming and floating listed investment trusts to raise funds to finance the projects that China wants to put together to form modern day Silk Road trade routes.

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