TAKE A LOOK-Asia GDP: Singapore posts surprisingly strong Q4 growth

Singapore's economy posted surprisingly strong growth in the
fourth quarter, driven mostly by domestically-focused sectors,
which offset weakness in the city-state's export-oriented
industries as Asian economic demand continued to slump.
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> Singapore Q4 GDP beats forecasts                  
> Vietnam Q4 grows 7.01 pct, full-year at 6.68 pct  
> Japan GDP revised to expansion, dodges recession  
> Australia GDP rises on export boost, spending     
> India's July-Sept GDP growth hits 7.4 pct y/y     
> Taiwan cuts 2015 GDP outlook to fresh 6-year low  
> Philippine Q2 growth quickens to 5.6 pct          
> Singapore growth beats expectations, outlook soft 
> Thai growth beats forecast, but recovery weak     
> Malaysia Q3 growth is slowest in more than 2 yrs  
> Indonesia growth pace inches up to 4.73 pct y/y   
> Taiwan narrowly avoids recession in Q3            
> South Korea growth hits 5-yr high in Q3           
> China grows 6.9 pct in Q3, weakest since 2009     
> Vietnam Q3 growth picks up to 6.8 pct             
> Japan Q2 GDP shrinks less than expected        
> India growth lags forecasts, boosts rate calls 
> Philippine Q2 growth rises, but China a risk   
> Japan economy shrinks in Q2 in blow to Abe     
> Thai Q2 growth tops forecasts but still weak   
> HK posts steady Q2 GDP, raises 2015 outlook    
> Taiwan 2015 growth to be slowest in 6 years    
> Malaysia Q2 GDP +4.9 pct y/y, above forecasts  
> Indonesia Q2 grows 4.67 pc, slowest in 6 yrs   
> Taiwan Q2 growth tumbles to 3-yr low           
> S.Korea Q2 GDP growth worst in over 6 years    
> China growth beats forecasts at 7 pct          
> Singapore Q2 GDP contracts, stirs easing talk  
> Japan GDP hits annualised 3.9 pct growth in Q1 
> Australia's economy outpaces forecasts, peers  
> India pace tops China's, causing scepticism    
> Philippine q/q growth slowest in 6 years       
> Robust Singapore Q1 GDP points to steady policy 
> Thailand surprises with quarterly growth       
> Malaysia grows 5.6 pct in Q1                   
> Hong Kong economy posts mild Q1 growth         
> Indonesia Q1 growth weakest since 2009         
> China Q1 growth dips to 7 pct, a 6-year low    
> Singapore Q1 GDP +1.1 pct q/q, tops f'cast     
> Tourists boost NZ Q4 GDP; 2014 growth 3.5 pct  
> Australia Q4 GDP up 0.5 pct q/q, 2.5 pct y/y   
> Hong Kong says Q4 GDP grew 2.2 percent yr/yr   
> Thai Q4 growth disappoints, 2014 pace 0.7 pct  
> Japan bounces from recession but growth subdued 
> Malaysia Q4 economy picks up speed, bumps ahead 
> Indonesia's economy expands 5 pct in 2015      
> Taiwan Q4 growth weak, 2014 still a 3-yr high  
> Philippines posts stellar Q4 growth            
> Vietnam's economy grows 5.98 pct in 2014       
> S.Korea Q4 growth slows sharply, rate cut seen 
> China Q4 grows 7.3 pct y/y, 2014 was 7.4 pct   
> Singapore Q4 growth slows more than expected   
> Japan recession deeper than first reported     
> Australia Q3 growth slows, stokes rate cut talk 
> Philippine Q3 growth slowest in over 5 years   
> Singapore Q3 GDP growth beats forecasts        
> Japan slips into surprise recession            
> Thailand trims 2014 growth outlook             
> Hong Kong Q3 growth surprises on upside        
> Malaysia's growth slows to 5.6 pct in Q3       
> Indonesia posts weakest growth in 5 years      
> Taiwan Q3 GDP hits near 2-yr high on iPhones   
> SKorea GDP bounces, but global woes raise risks 
> China posts slowest growth since global crisis 
> Vietnam Q3 growth quickens to 6.19 pct y/y     
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