New Zealand works closely with Singapore to maintain key supply

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  • Saturday, 21 Mar 2020

A man, wearing a face mask as a preventive measure against the Covid-19 (coronavirus), walking around his neighbourhood in Singapore on Saturday (March 21). - AFP

WELLINGTON: New Zealand and Singapore signed a joint ministerial statement on Saturday (March 21) pledging to keep supply chains open and to remove any existing trade restrictive measures on essential goods, especially medical supplies, in the face of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

The joint statement was signed by New Zealand Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker and Singapore Minister of Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing.

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