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Motoring costs could end cycle of falling prices

Minus these costs, core inflation is stable. But economists expect headline inflation to turn positive in Q4, and MAS policy to stay unchanged
Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 05:50
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Motoring-related price changes such as higher car park fees are expected to drive up inflation in Singapore later this year, thus breaking the current cycle of falling prices which has lasted nearly two years.

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MOTORING-RELATED price changes such as higher car park fees are expected to drive up inflation in Singapore later this year, thus breaking the current cycle of falling prices which has lasted nearly two years.

But core inflation - that which strips away the cost of

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