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Watch: Interview: Satvinder Singh, Enterprise Singapore

Digitalization, pushing its local players to play a bigger role in global markets, and making its investment climate even more attractive are among factors that will help Singapore push ahead its next stage of growth in commodities and energy.

Satvinder Singh, assistant chief executive officer of Enterprise Singapore, talks to Sambit Mohanty, senior editor at S&P Global Platts, about Singapore's plans to embrace the changing commodities and energy landscape.

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