Retail sales declined 1.1% in November.

By bne IntelliNews January 16, 2013
Singapore's retail sales fell 1.1% in November last year, chiefly due to the decline in the sale of motor vehicles. As reported by Xinhua News Agency, the retail sales of motor vehicles declined 11.1% y/y during the period, as compared to the decline of 8.5% y/y in October last year. The retail sales of petrol service stations declined 2.5% y/y, while the retail sale of food and beverage increased 5.1% y/y during the period.

Retail sales declined 1.1% in November.

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