Economists are maintaining a cautious stance on Singapore’s economic growth for the year as the city-state reels from the Covid-19 bug. 

The republic is now looking to shrink between 5% and 7% this year, lower than the 4% and 7% previously forecast, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) revealed on August 12.

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