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SINGAPORE - FEBRUARY 01:  Shipping containers are seen as they are unloaded at the Port of Singapore on  February 1, 2012 in Singapore. The Port of Singapore is the world's businest port in terms of total shipping tonnage moving through it, and second only to Shanghai in terms of total cargo tonnage moved. The port is an essential part of Singapore's economy, responsible not only for incoming and outgoing freight, but also for processing of natural resources such as crude oil refinement. It connects to 600 other ports in 123 countries.  (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
SINGAPORE - FEBRUARY 01:  Shipping containers are seen as they are unloaded at the Port of Singapore on  February 1, 2012 in Singapore. The Port of Singapore is the world's businest port in terms of total shipping tonnage moving through it, and second only to Shanghai in terms of total cargo tonnage moved. The port is an essential part of Singapore's economy, responsible not only for incoming and outgoing freight, but also for processing of natural resources such as crude oil refinement. It connects to 600 other ports in 123 countries.  (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

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