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Both short-term relief and structural measures needed to temper inflation

Minister of State for Trade and Industry Alvin Tan said that spending on food services has seen a discernible uptick compared with the first quarter of this year. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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Monday's (July 4) Parliament discussion on the economy and cost of living was wide-ranging - covering recession risks, inflation, and fiscal and monetary steps to support businesses and households, among others.

The supplementary questions posed by members of the House were strong, compared with their pre-submitted ones.

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