Trade tensions between the United States and China appear to weigh on Singapore's exports, which registered yet another drop in April.
Singapore's non-oil domestic exports fell 10 per cent year on year last month - worse than analysts' expectations of a 4.6 per cent drop.
The April data came on the heels of an 11.8 per cent slump in shipments in March. Economists say it signals a continued slowdown in Singapore's manufacturing and gross domestic product growth.
SEE BUSINESS: Non-oil exports' 10% fall worse than analysts expected