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US-China meeting possible in Singapore: Davos chief says

Lee Hsien Loong warns against generational 'twilight struggle'

Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong addresses the online Davos Agenda meetings on Jan. 29.

SINGAPORE -- The clash between the U.S. and China, if left unchecked, could yield dire consequences for the two major powers and other countries, Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong warned on Friday.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum's virtual sessions ahead of a planned in-person summit in his city-state in May, Lee urged Beijing and Washington to come together, stressing the need for an international order "underpinned by stable great power relations."

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