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  1. There are still some concerns over consumption in Japan

    Japan's economy shows better-than-expected growth

    Japanese GDP expanded a better-than-expected 0.5 percent in the first quarter of this year, official data showed Monday, although analysts ...
  2. Chinese retail sales, industrial production and fixed-asset investment all missed forecasts last

    China's economy shows further weakness as retail sales struggle

    China's economy showed further signs of weakness in April as the slowest growth in retail sales for 16 years highlighted the task leaders have in ...
  3. British-born economist Angus Deaton of Princeton University listens during a news conference after

    Nobel winner warns UK of US-style inequality risks

    Britain risks following the rise in inequality seen in the United States which could weaken democracy, a Nobel Prize-winning economist said on ...
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    A multifaceted maritime strategy

    Singapore Maritime Week 2019 explored the major issues making waves in the industry, and the strategies needed to meet these head-on
  5. Bank Negara Malaysia

    Malaysia cuts interest rate for first time since 2016

  6. The US economy added a staggering 304,000 jobs last month

    US job creation surges in April as jobless rate hits 49-year low

  7. NUS graduates at commencement ceremony

    Students graduating from local schools to receive ‘tamper-resistant’ digital certificates

    The OpenCerts platform uses blockchain technology to provide students with an “easy and reliable way” to issue and validate tamper-resistant ...
  8. Singapore manufacturing, Singapore economy

    Singapore's manufacturing output down by 4.8% in March

  9. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison wants the G20 summit to tackle online extremism

    Australian prime minister announces May 18 election