SINGAPORE (Oct 14): The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has eased the monetary policy “slightly” – the first easing in over three years – amid slowing economic growth.

In its latest half-yearly monetary policy review on Monday, MAS said it is reducing the rate of the Singapore dollar’s appreciation.

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