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Singapore Stands Out In These Choppy Waters

Paul Chew, Head of Research, Phillip Securities, a member of PhillipCapital

25-Nov-22 07:00

Singapore Stands Out In These Choppy Waters

A global recession might be on the horizon but is Singapore a safe haven market? Paul Chew, Head of Research, Phillip Securities, a member of Phillip Capital explores this perspective and what should be the top picks for that very open economy.


Image credit: Shutterstock

Produced by: Michael Gong

Presented by: Shazana Mokhtar, Wong Shou Ning, Philip See


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Categories:  marketsCorporateseconomyinternational

Tags:  singapore marketsglobal recessionsgxfed reserve


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