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MAS MACRO-ECONOMIC REVIEW

MAS seen keeping policy stance, for now

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Despite disappointing third-quarter growth data, economists said that Singapore's central bank seemed poised on keeping its policy stance, for now.

Singapore

DESPITE disappointing third-quarter growth data, economists said that Singapore's central bank seemed poised on keeping its policy stance, for now.

Rather than reacting to quarterly data, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) is seen letting the effect of previous

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