Central bank expected to curtail the currency's appreciation to boost flagging exports.
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On the local front, non-oil exports crashed 10.4% last month on a year-on-year basis raising fears Singapore was sliding towards a brief recession. The eurozone crisis is taking its toll on exporters, which is the city-state’s largest market.
GDP forecasts have come down from 3% month by month, and the consensus is now pointing towards growth of 2.4% this year. This could cause MAS to slow down the appreciation of the Singapore dollar, which last week hit a one-year high against the greenback.
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