The Port of Singapore Authority Keppel terminal in February 2005. Singapore’s lack of a rail connection to China could prove a liability in its bid to connect to the Belt and Road Initiative. Photo: AFP

How the Malaysian election result could change Singapore’s role in China’s Belt and Road Initiative

Andre Wheeler says Mahathir’s cancellation of the high-speed rail connecting Malaysia and Singapore is a blow to the Lion City’s belt and road ambitions, but it still has a role to play if it thinks out of the box

Topic |   Belt and Road Initiative

TOP PICKS

The Port of Singapore Authority Keppel terminal in February 2005. Singapore’s lack of a rail connection to China could prove a liability in its bid to connect to the Belt and Road Initiative. Photo: AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE
Andre Wheeler

Andre Wheeler

Andre Wheeler is CEO of Asia Pacific Connex, with more than 25 years’ experience in international business. He is currently working towards his doctorate on the Impact of China's Belt and Road initiative on infrastructure and logistics in the Asean region.