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Factory production in Singapore rebounded in December, jumping 6.6% from November and 19% from a year earlier #8211; nearly double the gain expected in financial markets, official data showed yesterday.
SINGAPORE#8217;S export-driven economy grew a slim 0.4% in the fourth quarter of 2002, led by strong factory output which helped the city-state narrowly avoid recession.
Singapore#8217;s factory production fell unexpectedly in February for the first time in four months, dropping 12% from January as pharmaceutical output slid, official data showed yesterday.
SINGAPORE'S factory production rose in March by a stronger-than-expected 9.5% from February, putting the trade-dependent economy on firm footing as the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) out break pummels service-related and tourism industries.
SHARP-ROXY Sales amp; Service Co (M) Sdn Bhd aims to sell 12,000 units of its new range of I>Plasmacluster/Iair purifiers for the industrial and consumer markets within the next 12 months, said managing director Kiyoshi Yasumoto.
A BROAD range of topics from regional and global trends to profiting via recycling will be presented at the Second International Malaysia-Japan Plastics Conference 2004.
Singapore#8217;s factory output leapt ahead in October as the volatile pharmaceuticals sector stepped up production and electronics plants enjoyed a surge in demand from the United States, official data showed Wednesday.
Singapore is holding free trade talks with seven countries, and is making such trade agreements a cornerstone of its economic policy as it seeks opportunities away from its traditional Southeast Asian base, its trade minister said Thursday.
FABER Group Bhd hopes to generate between RM700mil and RM800mil in property sales over five years, starting in the first quarter of 2005, non-executive chairman Datuk Anwar Aji said yesterday.
Manufacturers in Singapore are optimistic about the outlook for the first half 2004 as global demand for exports rebounds, but do not expect the pick-up to start before April, a government survey showed Tuesday.