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The Chinese government announced it will resume its policy of allowing citizens of Singapore and Brunei 15 days of visa-free travel for business, tourism, family visit or transit purposes.
Additional Information: Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the policy reinstatement “will facilitate people and business flows between our countries and pave the way for deeper bilateral cooperation.” The measure also puts Singapore in the position of having “the world’s most powerful passport” with 192 visa-free destinations, according to Bloomberg.
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