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Huge South East Asian logistics projects seek to transform shipping routes

The logistics infrastructure of South East Asia continues to develop, even if its progress is politically controversial. For example, Port Klang, in Malaysia, is embarking on its plan to double container handling capacity from 14m TEUs at present, to 27m TEUs in 15 years time and increase the number of container terminals from 9 to 17.

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