No smoke without fire: Singapore’s new haze law poses a risk to agribusiness

A new law introduced by the Singapore government to combat the deteriorating air quality in the city-state and surrounding areas is a risk to agribusinesses, according to lawyers at Norton Rose Fulbright law firm, including Wilson Ang, a partner.

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