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The Future of Asia 2018

Singapore seeks a more connected Asia amid US-China trade frictions

Beijing should learn how to work with ASEAN, deputy prime minister says

Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean speaks at the Future of Asia 2018 in Tokyo on June 11. (Photo by Maho Obata)

TOKYO -- Asian economies must increase openness and strengthen their ties to contain a potential spillover from the trade dispute between the U.S. and China, Singapore's deputy prime minister said on Monday.

"How the U.S.-China relationship evolves will shape the world order in the coming decades," Teo Chee Hean told an audience at the Future of Asia conference hosted by Nikkei.

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