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Google halts political ads in Singapore as election looms: documents

Reuters Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Google has stopped accepting political advertisements in Singapore months before a widely expected election, according to documents shared by a small political party which said it was angered by the decision that denies it voter reach.
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