Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) remain upbeat about their prospects for the second half of this year, but caution has crept in as a result of United States-China trade tensions.
The Singapore Business Federation-DP (SBF-DP) SME Index dipped marginally from 51.8 to 51.5 in its latest poll, indicating a slight easing of optimism among smaller businesses. A score of above 50 indicates an expectation of growth, while one below 50 suggests contraction.
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