This shows how many Japanese Yen can be converted into one Singaporean dollar. Japan imports 4.8% of Singapore’s total exports, whereas Singapore imports 3.4% of Japan's total exports. The largest component of Singapore's exports are electrical, electronic equipment and machinery, whereas Japan's largest export components are vehicles, machinery and nuclear reactors.
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