Export growth to slow down to 9.4% in November: Moody’s

Electronics exports have been on a decline since May. Singapore’s exports likely grew 9.4% YoY in November, after surging 20.9% in the prior month, according to a forecast by Moody’s Analytics. October’s surge was driven by a 28.5% increase in non ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore bourse clears LNG futures

SINGAPORE: The Singapore Exchange (SGX ... India imported its first cargo of LNG in 2004, and is forecast to import 20 million tonnes in 2017. Neighbouring countries have since also started to import LNG, including the United Arab Emirates (three million ... ( read original story ...)

First review: Singapore Airlines’ new A380 business class seat

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First pics: 2017 Singapore Airlines A380 Business Class

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Economists raise 2017 Singapore GDP growth forecast: MAS

SINGAPORE: Economists have raised their forecasts for Singapore’s economic growth this year, as they upgraded their views on manufacturing and exports, a central bank survey showed on Wednesday. Singapore’s gross domestic product is expected to grow 3 ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore remains the world’s no. 1 exporter of ornamental fish

Despite having very little agricultural land, Singapore happens to be the world’s top exporter of decorative and ornamental fish. It may sound strange, given our immense focus on high-tech industries, but Singapore has held on to this record for close to ... ( read original story ...)