very recently, our monetary authority of singapore has just issued its’ macroeconomic review.

the macroeconomic review is published twice a year in conjunction with the release of the MAS monetary policy statement. the review documents the economic policy group’s (EPG) analysis and assessment of macroeconomic developments in the singapore economy and shares with market participants, analysts and the wider public, the basis for the policy decisions conveyed in the monetary policy statement. it also features in-depth studies undertaken by EPG on important economic issues facing singapore. the mas macroecominc review can be viewed at:

my comments:

the mas macroeconomic review is a lenghty one coming in at around 109 pages. and credit to the mas for ‘telling-it-as-it-is’ or calling a spade, well, a spade.

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