Some countries would like to have its services for their rail projects.
According to South China Morning Post, MTR Corporation, the operator of railway networks in Hong Kong, may be among the first batch of companies in the city to benefit from the “One Belt, One Road” project, according to its chairman Frederick Ma Si-hang.
Ma told hundreds of attendees at the 10th Asian Financial Forum on Tuesday that there were several belt and road countries that would like to have MTR advisory services for their rail projects. “I have visited several countries that lie on the route of the One Belt, One Road and they have great interest in building railways or light rail projects. At this stage, it is very preliminary but some countries such as Kazakhstan and Myanmar want to send their people to MTR Academy for training,” Ma said at the forum.
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