The Port of Singapore is one of the busiest container ports in the world. Located in the heart of Asia’s maritime trade routes, the port is vital in supporting the large volumes of container trade that passes through the region each year. The economic modernisation of China has been fundamental in boosting the volume of regional container trade flows – in particular, China’s appetite for electronic goods manufactured in Singapore has increased the volume of trade flows between both nations. This is projected to increase, with recent statistics revealing that China will account for almost one fifth of Singapore’s total exports by 2030. In this edition of China.Action.Money, it demonstrates the significance of the Port of Singapore in supporting Asia’s container traffic, and the positive role China is playing in increasing regional trade flows.
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