Investor confidence increased in Q2/2012.

By bne IntelliNews June 21, 2012
Singapore's investor confidence increased in the second quarter of this year. As reported by, the increase in the investor confidence was mainly attributed to the country's robust gross domestic product (GDP) growth in May and the reduced anxiety over the Euro-zone crisis. The country had the maximum investor confidence as compared to Hong Kong and the UAE.
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