BRUSSELS – The wealthy Southeast Asian market of Singapore is expected to welcome imports of European cars that offer European Union technical and safety standards as approvals under a new free-trade deal are finalized this week. That is the claim of the European Commission, which says it has concluded FTA negotiations with the city-state. Singapore’s population is 5.1 million and its per-capita income is €34,980, based on World Bank figures. The EC says the automotive ...

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