SINGAPORE (May 26): Singapore’s factory output staged a 13% surge in April, making this the metric’s second consecutive month of growth. The increase follows the 16.5% growth posted in March, and comes from a surge in biomedical manufacturing amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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