Singapore's non-oil domestic exports (Nodx) were up 9.1 per cent in February over the same month last year, as an expansion in non-electronics shipments outweighed a decline in electronics exports.
This was up from a 3.3 per cent decline in January, trade agency IE Singapore said on Monday.
Electronic Nodx contracted 3.7 per cent after a 17 per cent decline in the previous month. The weakness in electronic domestic exports was largely due to integrated circuit, disk media products and parts of PCs.
Non-electronic exports expanded 15.4 per cent over last February, led by petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals and printed matter.
Non-oil re-exports surged 15.5 per cent in February, on the back of growth in both electronics and non-electronics segments.