The spate of meetings that is due to take place in Singapore during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit is beginning to look more like a noodle soup than ever.
The summit of the ten ASEAN members already underway will be followed by the East Asia Summit, which adds eight more world leaders.
Then is the summit dealing with Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, after which most of these leaders will travel to Papua New Guinea for a meeting of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) conference.
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