‘Regrettable’ that countries raised food export controls: PM Lee Hsien Loong

27/5/2022 1:58:00 PM

The rise in food export controls has an adverse impact on a consumer country like Singapore, said PM Lee Hsien Loong.

'This time it is chicken, next time it may be something else. We have to be prepared for this,' said PM Lee Hsien Loong.

The rise in food export controls has an adverse impact on a consumer country like Singapore, said PM Lee Hsien Loong.

3rd and current Prime Minister of Singapore Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and a chicken farm in Johor, Malaysia.four-day working visit to Tokyo.met his Malaysian counterpart Ismail Sabri Yaakob on Wednesday (May 25).met his Malaysian counterpart Ismail Sabri Yaakob on Wednesday (May 25).

(PHOTOS: Reuters) It is “regrettable” that countries have started increasing food export controls as these have an adverse impact on a consumer country like Singapore, said Lee Hsien Loong on Friday (27 May), according to a report by CNA.But the situation is “not so surprising” given the disruption in the global food supply chains due to the Ukraine war and high inflation, added Lee, who did not name any countries that are imposing the controls.Mr Lee and Mr Kishida also discussed international and regional developments, and reaffirmed the importance of maintaining an open and inclusive regional architecture, said MFA.“So governments are under pressure and sometimes they take unconventional measures.Both leaders will be speaking at the 27th Nikkei International Conference on The Future of Asia on Thursday.For example, interdicting exports of products, and several governments have done this,” Lee told reporters at the end of a four-day working visit to Tokyo, in response to a question on the food export bans.The leaders also witnessed the signing of two agreements on Thursday.His comments come amid concerns in Singapore about the availability and surging prices of basic food items such as chickens.The art collective will open a new museum in the city next year.

On Monday, Malaysia announced that it will in a bid to stabilise production and domestic prices.The second Memorandum of Cooperation between Enterprise Singapore and Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) on startup and innovation cooperation aims to bolster the flow of entrepreneurs and enterprises between both countries.In a Facebook post, Mr Lee noted that many Singaporeans would be familiar with teamLab's distinctive digital installations, with their work having been featured in the Future World exhibit at the ArtScience Museum and the Story of the Forest exhibit at the National Museum of Singapore.The.

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Singapore must have our own chicken farming When the singapore government raises price of everything and burden the citizens, it is okay then? Singapore will never be resilient if it depends on imports, survival is at stake! If UN IPCC_CH climate change report is true, many more countries will restrict food exports. The easy way is out of runways, time to do the real hard works leehsienloong LawrenceWongST

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