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John Geddie

Singapore central bank stands pat on monetary policy as growth eases

12 Apr 2019

SINGAPORE Singapore's central bank on Friday kept its monetary settings unchanged after two consecutive rounds of tightening, as policymakers expect slower growth and inflation for the city state in the face of 'significant' global economic risks.

Singapore central bank seen keeping policy on hold amid trade woes

05 Apr 2019

Singapore's central bank is expected to keep monetary policy unchanged next week, amid pressure from slowing global growth and softening domestic demand, according to a Reuters poll.

The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

30 Mar 2019

MANILA When Filipino journalist Pia Ranada fell into a ditch and injured her leg on election day, May 9, 2016, the presidential candidate she was reporting on drove her to hospital and sat with her as she was treated.

Iranian fuel oil cargo sits off Malaysia as U.S. urges sanctions compliance

29 Mar 2019

DUBAI/SINGAPORE A tanker of Iranian fuel oil was sitting offshore Malaysia, ship tracking data on Refinitiv Eikon showed, as a top U.S. sanctions official visiting Singapore on Friday urged local governments to comply with oil trading restrictions on Iran.

INSIGHT-The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

29 Mar 2019

* Battle has sparked global concern over press freedom (Updates with Facebook removing social media network)

Singapore central bank to end tightening run as economy sags: Reuters poll

29 Mar 2019

SINGAPORE Singapore's central bank is likely to keep its monetary policy stance on hold in the first of its semi-annual meetings due next month, a Reuters poll of economists found, as inflation eases and the growth outlook for the export-reliant economy dims.

INSIGHT-The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

29 Mar 2019

* Battle has sparked global concern over press freedom (Updates with arrest of Rappler Chief Maria Ressa on Friday)

The Philippine journalists taking the rap in Duterte's latest war

29 Mar 2019

MANILA When Filipino journalist Pia Ranada fell into a ditch and injured her leg on election day, May 9, 2016, the presidential candidate she was reporting on drove her to hospital and sat with her as she was treated.

Sunwolves demise, sparse Singapore crowd underline rugby's Asia problem

26 Mar 2019

SINGAPORE The near-empty Singapore stadium in which Japan's Sunwolves played out their latest Super Rugby defeat on Saturday was a stark reminder that developing the sport of rugby union across Asia was always going to be a tough task.

Singapore's exports rebound but electronics show prevailing weakness

18 Mar 2019

SINGAPORE Singapore's exports rose unexpectedly in February year-on-year, rebounding from its biggest fall in over two years, data on Monday showed, but economists say a decline in electronics shipments shows global demand has not improved.

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