4-traders.com, 16 Jul 2012
SINGAPORE--Singapore's June non-oil export growth exceeded analysts' expectations on stronger non-electronics shipments, suggesting that external demand may be stabilizing.
Exports of goods made in Singapore rose 6.8% in June compared with a year earlier, trade promotion agency International Enterprise Singapore said Tuesday. The rise, which comes after a 3.2% increase in May, exceeded the median 2.1% growth estimate of 11 economists polled earlier in a Dow Jones Newswires survey as well as all individual estimates. Full story
Singapore's June export growth higher, supported by non-electronics - Xinhua