While an economic growth of 14.8 percent is expected to be seen in Singapore this year, financial services provider HSBC said the slowdown in growth next year at 5.2 percent is mostly due to the small contributions coming from net exports and a lowering in inventories, as the world restocking cycle will likely end.
But these factors are expected to be reversed in 2012 with the global growth recovery. This will also raise private domestic demand, as well as increase GDP growth to around 5.8 percent in 2012.
Source: Propertyguru - 23 Dec 2010
Singapore economic growth down to 5.2% next year
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