Rescuers and onlookers gather around the wreck of a bus in Pakistan which plunged into a ravine on July 14 following an explosion, killing 13, nine of whom were Chinese workers. Photo: AFP Rescuers and onlookers gather around the wreck of a bus in Pakistan which plunged into a ravine on July 14 following an explosion, killing 13, nine of whom were Chinese workers. Photo: AFP
Rescuers and onlookers gather around the wreck of a bus in Pakistan which plunged into a ravine on July 14 following an explosion, killing 13, nine of whom were Chinese workers. Photo: AFP

Chinese firms’ security in Pakistan nowhere near good enough, say analysts

  • After bus blast killed 9 from China, companies urged to invest more in protection
  • Beijing should also step up to help neighbouring government look after Chinese citizens

Topic |   Belt and Road Initiative
Rescuers and onlookers gather around the wreck of a bus in Pakistan which plunged into a ravine on July 14 following an explosion, killing 13, nine of whom were Chinese workers. Photo: AFP Rescuers and onlookers gather around the wreck of a bus in Pakistan which plunged into a ravine on July 14 following an explosion, killing 13, nine of whom were Chinese workers. Photo: AFP
Rescuers and onlookers gather around the wreck of a bus in Pakistan which plunged into a ravine on July 14 following an explosion, killing 13, nine of whom were Chinese workers. Photo: AFP
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