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Singapore investment inflows show U.S. chip hunger amid overall dip

America's portion grows as China's shrinks; annual total falls to SG$11.8bn

A worker checks a wafer chip at a plant in Singapore. The head of the city-state's investment board expressed optimism for the local industry's prospects on Jan. 26.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- U.S. companies led by semiconductor players are gaining an outsize presence in new capital investments into Singapore while Chinese counterparts fall further behind, data released on Wednesday shows.

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