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  1. Singapore 2017 GDP grows 3.5% after Q4 slowdown: MTI flash estimates

    Singapore's economy grew 3.1 per cent in the fourth quarter from a year earlier, easing from 5.4 per cent growth in the previous quarter amid a ...
  2. After an outperforming year, how will Singapore’s economy fare in 2018?

    The economy could see slower but better growth next year, though analysts warned of risks from the possible simultaneous tightening of both fiscal ...
  3. Singapore’s GDP growth races to near 4-year high in Q3: Time to cheer?

    Underneath the increasingly cheerful economic indicators, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) said that unevenness in growth remains.
  4. Singapore revises up growth forecast for 2017 as Q3 GDP grows 5.2%

    The Singapore economy is expected to grow by 3 to 3.5 per cent in 2017 and by 1.5 to 3.5 per cent in 2018, said the Ministry of Trade and Industry ...
  5. Singapore’s final Q3 GDP in for upward revision: Economists

    Economists expect Singapore's economy to have grown between 4.7 to 5.1 per cent in the third quarter, faster than the preliminary estimate of 4.6 ...
  6. Thai economy records best growth of junta rule

  7. US economy grows 3 percent in third quarter on inventories, trade

    U.S. economic growth probably slowed in the third quarter as hurricanes Harvey and Irma restrained consumer spending and undercut construction ...
  8. US deficit grows to US$666 billion as lawmakers eye tax cuts

    The US budget deficit grew to US$666 billion in just-ended fiscal year 2017, according to official data released Friday, after lawmakers took a ...
  9. Strong manufacturing drives Singapore GDP growth to 4.6% in Q3

    This is the strongest pace since the first quarter of 2014, and comes in higher than the year-on-year growth of 2.9 per cent in the second quarter.
  10. Danish government proposes 20 percent defence budget hike to deter Russia

    The Danish government wants to raise its defence budget by 20 percent over the next five years in response to Russia stepping up military activity ...