Malaysia's election result puts flagship BRI project at risk
The Malaysian opposition has defeated the Barisan Nasional coalition for the first time in 60 years. The future of the East Coast Rail Link, estimated by some to be the most expensive project in China's Belt and Road Initiative, is now uncertain, says an official from risk consultancy Marsh.
New government is expected to review the $14bn project under construction by Chinese firms, highlighting political risks associated with the BRI
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