Dark clouds loom over the Singapore skyline on February 10. Photo: XinhuaDark clouds loom over the Singapore skyline on February 10. Photo: Xinhua
Dark clouds loom over the Singapore skyline on February 10. Photo: Xinhua
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

As a global economic storm gathers, even Singapore may no longer be a safe haven for investors

  • Singapore’s commercial property market surged last year, largely because of foreign capital inflows. But this is now a liability, as cross-border investors take a sterner view of the impact of the coronavirus on the global economy

Dark clouds loom over the Singapore skyline on February 10. Photo: XinhuaDark clouds loom over the Singapore skyline on February 10. Photo: Xinhua
Dark clouds loom over the Singapore skyline on February 10. Photo: Xinhua
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