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

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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
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