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Singapore Airlines posted a near halving of net profit in fiscal 2019 as higher fuel prices, overcapacity and operational challenges hit the bottom line.


Singapore Airlines says the US-China trade dispute and Brexit are clouding demand for air travel after posting a fall in net profit amid higher fuel prices.

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