By Mia Shanley SINGAPORE, June 30 (Reuters) - Singapore may soon feel the pinch of high oil prices as transport and utility costs climb in coming months, but analysts said they expected current monetary policy to keep headline inflation in check. Singaporeans have been left largely unscathed from oil's relentless rise to above $70 a barrel as a sharp fall in the cost of owning a car in the island's tightly regulated auto market offset the inflationary impact of higher fuel prices. ...
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