SINGAPORE (Oct 23): The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has slashed its 2019 growth prediction for Singapore to 0.5%, down from its previous estimate of 2% in July.

This is the second downward revision by the IMF, which had forecast a 2.3% growth for the city state in its World Economic Outlook in April.

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