Singapore’s November exports sharply fall World

Singapore’s November exports sharply fall

Singapore's non-oil domestic exports (NODX) in November decreased 2.6 percent year-on-year, after an 8.2 percent rise in the month before, showed data from the trade agency International Enterprise Singapore (IE) on December 17.
Singapore’s October exports up 8.3 percent World

Singapore’s October exports up 8.3 percent

Singapore’s exports growth picked up the annual pace in October and handily beat forecasts, thanks to a continued surge in pharmaceutical shipments though the key electronics sector contracted again.
Malaysia enjoys more than 20 percent rise in April’s exports World

Malaysia enjoys more than 20 percent rise in April’s exports

Malaysia’s Ministry of International Trade and Industry on June 5 reported that the country’s exports in April rose 20.6 percent year on year to 73.97 billion ringgit (17.33 billion USD) thanks to increased demand for processed, mining and agricultural products.
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Singapore’s August exports fall threatens 2013 target

Singapore may find it a struggle to meet its target for non-oil domestic export (NODX) growth this year of between 0 percent and 1 percent after a surprise decline in shipments in August, according to Singaporean economists.
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Malaysia exports down 6.9 percent in June

Malaysia's exports in June fell 6.9 percent year-on-year, declining for the fifth successive month, as tepid demand from the US, China and Japan hurt shipments of palm oil and electronics and electrical products.
Economic gloom weighs on shares Business

Economic gloom weighs on shares

Shares on the nation's stock exchanges declined last week as speculative trades, discouraging economic data, and mixed third-quarter earnings results from listed companies took their toll, a trend expected to continue into the new trading week.