Role of the Petroleum Industry in Singapore's Economy

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Institute of Southeast Asian, 1989 - Business & Economics - 40 pages
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 This paper examines and evaluates the relationship between Singapore's oil industry and its economy. It gives a brief account of the Singapore economy and reviews the status of its oil industry. The potential economic impact of lower crude processing in Singapore and its future outlook in the country is also examined. Policy implications are given as well.

 

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 Shankar Sharma, Ph.D. in economics, is Coordinator of the Energy Project of the ASEAN Economic Research Unit, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, and co-editor of the ASEAN Economic Bulletin. His main field of interest is energy economics and has written several papers on the subject

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