Singapore’s GIC Remains Cautious Over its Medium-term Outlook (Today)
The GIC’s annualised 20-year real rate of return rose to 4.1%, up from 4% previously. But they also said its return may weaken in the coming years amid uncertainties in both developed and emerging markets.
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