The economy expanded by 1.3% in 2012, down from 5.2% in 2011 in line
with continuing challenges in the global economy. Demand slowed
dramatically for externally dependent sectors, particularly manufacturing
and wholesale and retail trade (Figure 3.29.1). Manufacturing growth was
flat as electronics output ...
dipped owing to weaker demand for non-mobile
Domestically oriented sectors—construction and business services,
in particular—were the main engines of growth in 2012, accounting for
half of GDP growth. Construction expanded by 8.2%, supported by robust
public and private demand. Sales of private houses jumped 40%, boosted
by low interest rates. Strong growth in the business services sector
depended heavily on the buoyant real estate market.
Source : Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry : Economic Survey on National Income, Labour Market, Labour Productivity, Industrial Production , Investment Commitments, Retail Sales Index, Visitor Arrivals, Consumer Price Index, External Trade, Balance of Payments,Foreign Reserves, Exchange Rate
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