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A contractual failure to meet conditions has cancelled a Malaysian megaproject deal with China. Additionally, the project included a terminal for a rail link connecting Kuala Lumpur and Singapore: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/malaysia-china-railway-bandar-project-iskandar-waterfront-cancel-15224636

China is creating a new network of roughly 110 silos in Xinjiang. This is expected to add to their stockpile of 350 nuclear warheads: https://www.wsj.com/articles/china-appears-to-be-building-new-silos-for-nuclear-missiles-researchers-say-11627401364


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