Singapore surge

A man relaxes on a stone bench as construction of Singapore’s integrated resorts continues in Singapore on Aug. 11, 2009. Singapore’s economy surged for a second straight quarter in the July-to-September period as manufacturing led the city-state out of recession. Gross domestic product grew an annualized, seasonally adjusted 14.9 per cent in the third quarter, following a jump of 22 percent the previous quarter, the Trade and Industry Ministry said Monday. Singapore relies on trade, finance and tourism to sustain one of Asia’s highest living standards.

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A man relaxes on a stone bench as construction of Singapore’s integrated resorts continues in Singapore on Aug. 11, 2009. Singapore’s economy surged for a second straight quarter in the July-to-September period as manufacturing led the city-state out of recession. Gross domestic product grew an annualized, seasonally adjusted 14.9 per cent in the third quarter, following a jump of 22 percent the previous quarter, the Trade and Industry Ministry said Monday. Singapore relies on trade, finance and tourism to sustain one of Asia’s highest living standards.

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