In the media | 31 Oct 2022

Bloomberg: Oxford Economics Cuts Singapore’s 2023 Growth Forecast

Singapore city skyline

Priyanka Kishore, Head of Southeast Asia & India Economics at Oxford Economics, joins “Bloomberg Markets: Asia” to discuss why Oxford Economics cuts growth forecast for Singapore from 1.3 percent to 0.8 percent next year.

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