Singapore’s Export Decline Deepens Again; Local Dollar FallsBy and
Non-oil domestic exports to China, U.S., Indonesia drop
Government this month cut top end of 2016 growth forecast
Singapore’s exports plunged the most in four months as orders from China, Indonesia and the U.S. dropped. The local currency fell as the report provided more evidence that the economy is slowing.
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