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SINGAPORE: Singapore’s non-oil domestic exports (Nodx) expanded at a faster pace last month from August, helped by growth in both electronics and non-electronics shipments.

Nodx rose by 12.3% last month, rising for a 10th consecutive month, following a 2.7% increase in August, said Enterprise Singapore (ESG) yesterday. The August expansion was the slowest since November last year.

The pace of annual growth was faster than the 8.4% forecast by economists in a Bloomberg poll.

On a month-on-month seasonally adjusted basis, Nodx increased by 1.2% last month, after August’s 3.5% decrease, ESG data showed.

Shipment of electronic products expanded 14.4% on an annual basis, extending a 16.7% gain in August.

Within the sector, export of integrated circuits (ICs) rose by 7%, while personal computers and telecommunications equipment jumped by 45.4% each. The three segments contributed the most to the growth in September electronic Nodx.

ESG said electronics exports continued to grow, driven primarily by ICs amid robust global semiconductor demand.

Shipment of non-electronic products grew by an annual 11.7% last month, after a 1.4% decline in August.

The non-electronic exports were led by petrochemicals, which rose 52.8%, specialised machinery (34.9%) and pharmaceuticals (27.3%).

Nodx to the top markets as a whole rose last month, though exports to the European Union, Malaysia and Thailand declined.

The largest contributor to the rise in Nodx was China, followed by the United States and South Korea.

Total trade expanded by 18.7% last month, extending the 19.8% growth in August. Total exports rose by 18.7%, while total imports were also up 18.7%.

These latest statistics come after Singapore reported its third quarter economic growth data last week.

Gross domestic product rose 6.5% on a year-on-year basis in the July-September period, moderating from 15.2% growth in the previous quarter, said the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) last Thursday.

However, on a quarter-on-quarter seasonally adjusted basis, MTI data showed the economy expanded by 0.8% in the third quarter of this year, a reversal from the 1.4% contraction in the preceding quarter.

The quarterly gain is a sign that, sequentially, the economy is on track for above-trend growth in the quarters ahead, analysts said.

In August, ESG raised its trade forecast, for the third time this year, to a range of 7% to 8% year on year in 2021, up from the projection of 1% to 3% issued in May. — The Straits Times/ANN



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