By Bertha Henson, Associate Editor
BRASILIA: Relations between Brazil and Singapore were taken a step further yesterday with bilateral agreements inked to promote trade and investment, cooperation in science and technology, and a new air services deal.
Ministers on both sides signed the three memorandums of understanding, witnessed by their respective heads of government.
The two countries will now have a platform to see how trade and investment can be boosted, in the form of a joint committee to look into issues affecting them.
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