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Amid fickle fortunes, Singapore could slip into irrelevance: MAS chief

Wednesday, September 7, 2016 - 05:50

Mr Menon said that if Singapore grows at its current pace, it should steer clear of recession, and that the Zika outbreak is not likely to have a significant impact on the economy. But he added that he can also see 'disastrous scenarios' in his head.


THE managing director of Singapore's central bank Ravi Menon reckons himself to be at the helm of a "schizophrenic" agency, toggling between seeing the opportunities to be seized and fretting over the things that could go wrong.

The city-state should steer clear of a

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