Singapore’s economy is likely to stage a better-than-expected recovery this year after posting in 2020 its worst recession on record. This optimism comes as the republic unexpectedly eked out a 0.2% y-o-y growth in the first quarter of the year, reversing three previous quarters of contraction that was caused by the pandemic. 

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