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Mark Lim heads the Finance & Projects Practice Group of Wong & Partners. He has been hailed for his work in Islamic finance, debt capital markets, loans and regulatory work by established legal directories including Chambers Asia Pacific, IFLR1000 and Asia Pacific Legal 500. Mr. Lim was named a leading lawyer for capital markets, banking and project finance by IFLR1000 from 2011 to 2016. Asia Pacific Legal 500 has ranked him as a Leading Lawyer for banking and finance from 2011 to 2016. According to Chambers Asia Pacific, clients commend him for being "very responsive and commercially minded" and "very sound - someone who you want on your side in negotiations." Mr. Lim is one of the Malaysian External Counsel of Year, as voted by the In House Community of Asian MENA Counsel in 2013 and 2016.

The Malaysian Ministry of Housing and Local Government has announced that the request for proposal (RFP) for a waste-to-energy project in Sungai Udang, Malacca (“WtE Project”) will be released on 18 February 2021. Consistent with the previous RFP for the waste-to-energy project located in Bukit Payong that was issued in August 2020, the WtE Project will be carried out on a public-private partnership basis. We understand the WtE Project is near to a current sanitary landfill and the driver is to reduce waste disposal rate at the landfill.

The WtE Project is the second of the six proposed waste-to-energy projects that the federal government of Malaysia is planning to develop by 2021.

The Malaysian Ministry of Housing and Local Government had on 27 July 2020 issued an announcement for the request for proposal (“RFP”) for a waste-to-energy project in Bukit Payong, Johor on a public-private partnership basis (“WtE Project”). The WtE¬†Project is one of the 6 expected waste to energy projects that the federal government of Malaysia is planning to develop by 2021.

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is a historic marshalling of capital and a remarkable geopolitical foray into establishing and strengthening multinational trade corridors. It continues to evolve and expand with more than 130 countries now reported to have signed BRI agreements, including Central America and the Pacific, far beyond…