Recent macro risk events are placing high levels of pressure on the infrastructure sector in mainland China and Hong Kong, giving rise to a wide range of legal and commercial risks for governments, asset and project owners, builders, developers, investors and operators.
KPMG China’s analysis shows how understanding risk exposures, developing clear-cut mitigation plans and formulating robust business strategies for the eventual rebound will be the difference between thriving and surviving.
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