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MAS likely to loosen policy later than most in Asia

Singapore was an outlier within Asia in terms of how high inflation spiked and it still has higher core inflation than most other economies in the region. The core rate is likely to remain above target until the start of next year. As a result, we think the Monetary Authority of Singapore will be slower than other Asian central banks to loosen monetary policy. 

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