MAS review examines Singapore's economic prospects


The Monetary Authority of Singapore today released the latest edition of its half-yearly Macroeconomic review, predicting economic growth in the city state of 2-4% in 2014, and saying the continuation of the appreciating stance of MAS' exchange rate policy will help to "moderate inflationary pressures and anchor inflation expectations".

The main body of the document is divided into three chapters. The first one begins with an analysis of recent developments in the external and domestic economies

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