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BoS: Politics to interfere with policy progress

Although greater levels of “entertaining or infuriating” political uncertainty in the US have not yet had much of an effect on financial markets, Bank of Singapore believes politics will interfere with policy progress in the country. “At best, political distractions will delay reform, but even this is a problem with mid-term elections only 18 months away,” the bank says in…

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