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MAS expected to stick to rising stance on Sing$

Economists say the central bank has to keep its guard up against inflation

[SINGAPORE] The Republic's central bank is widely expected to keep the Singapore dollar on its rising path next Monday even as growth is expected to slow - a decision which would reiterate that keeping inflation in check is the chief priority behind the twice-yearly monetary policy review. The

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