SINGAPORE (July 22): Mapletree Industrial Trust (MIT) has weathered the brunt of Singapore’s circuit breaker earlier this year and is now riding on digital tailwinds, thanks in part to its “cautious stance” in cash management, say DBS Group Research analysts Derek Tan and Dale Lai in a report today. DBS maintains its “buy” call on the company with a target price of $3.25. 

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