The output of Singapore’s oil, petrochemicals and chemicals industries grew by seven percent to S$31.2 billion last year. (US$1=S$1.73). Collectively known as the chemical sector, the industries reported value-added (VA) growth by 22% to S$4.9 billion, said the Economic Development Board. It said: “The petroleum industry remains a pillar of the chemicals cluster. Output Éwas…

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