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Professor Julien Chaisse Quoted in the South China Morning Post on Singapore’s services trade with Russia


Professor Julien Chaisse, an associate member of CCCL, explains that if Russia were to call time on negotiations over the services part of the pact then Singapore might miss out on revenue from exporting financial services. However, existing projects and deals between the two countries would be protected by existing agreements such as a bilateral investment treaty even if the service component was “amputated” from the main deal.
Read the full article here: Su-Lin Tan, Singapore’s services trade with Russia could be at risk if Moscow retaliates for sanctions over Ukraine, South China Morning Post, March 16, 2022 < >.