M’sia to continue supporting China’s Belt and Road Initiative

GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia was one of the earliest supporters of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in developing infrastructure and connectivity, and will continue to support the initiative, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

In his pre-recorded speech to open the Global Chinese Economic and Technology (GCET) Summit here yesterday, the Prime Minister said Malaysia offers unparalleled advantages for investors, not just as a gateway to Asean but also to markets of the world.

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