Inflation Bonds May Ease Singapore Price PinchSharon Chen and Wes Goodman
Singapore may consider issuing bonds that protect against inflation after price gains sent the cost of a public-housing apartment to a record S$1 million ($813,000) last month and made cars as expensive as U.S. homes.
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