BEIJING — Chinese officials on Monday defended Beijing's initiative to build a "New Silk Road" of railways and various infrastructure across Asia against complaints it leaves host countries with an excessive amount of debt after Malaysia canceled two high-profile projects.
The officials said President Xi Jinping's signature foreign policy initiative is creating assets that are needed by developing countries but might take the perfect time to settle.
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