Dec 7, 2010
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- Exports and manufacturing will slow early in 2011 but recover toward the end of Q2, while the services sector continues catering to domestic and regional demand.
- Barring a severe external shock, Singapore is poised to benefit from more capital flows and trade in services. Financial intermediation, business services and tourism-related hospitality will be big drivers of services-sector growth in 2011.
- While the government pushes for long-term productivity growth, the monetary authority will stay vigilant in its fight to keep inflation in check over the next year.
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