* Stock to resume trading on Tuesday
* Sees material impact on its Q3 results
* Says in negotiations on compensation with the owner (Adds details and share price)
HONG KONG, Oct 25 (Reuters) - China Railway Construction Corp 601186.SS1186.HK said on Monday it expected to lose about 4.15 billion yuan ($623.3 million) on a new Saudi Arabian railway for Muslim pilgrims.
Costs on the A1-Mashaaer Al-Mugadassah metro light rail project, which is scheduled to start operation on Nov. 13, would exceed the company’s estimate, it said in a statement.
The loss “is expected to have a material impact on the company’s profits for the third quarter,” the statement said.
The company will continue to negotiate with the owner on compensation issues, it added.
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Trading in China Railway is expected to resume on Tuesday after being suspended on Monday pending price sensitive statement.
The stock has risen about 13 percent since July, lagging a 17 percent gain on the broader market .HSI. ($1=6.658 Yuan) (Reporting by Alison Leung; Editing by David Cowell)
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