SINGAPORE (Aug 11): The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently issued its Article IV report on Singapore, which is like a report card on the country’s economic performance.

The overall assessment was a positive one: The economy is recovering, inflation is low, the external sector is robust and the banking sector is in the pink of health.

However, IMF pointed to some areas of potential concern. These have caught our interest because they carry important policy implications.

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