Passport-free travel could boost food security


PASSPORT-FREE travel between Singapore and Johor, part of the initiatives under the proposed Johor-Singapore Special Economic Zone (JS-SEZ), would not only facilitate the flow of people and goods across the border but also has the potential to enhance food security for both countries.

Passport-free clearance could encourage cross-border investments in agriculture, which could strengthen the food supply chain’s resilience, leverage technology transfer and innovation in agriculture, boost food productivity, and diversify food sources.

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