SINGAPORE (June 26): Singapore’s factory output snapped out of the green with a 7.4% year-on-year contraction in May, following a broad-based contraction in almost all clusters. The dip comes despite a continued surge in biomedical manufacturing, which has been on an uptrend since the Covid-19 pandemic broke out.

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