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BUSINESS
Mar 23, 2015
U.S. proposes cooperation between new China-led bank and Western institutions: WSJ
President Barack Obama's administration is proposing that a new Chinese-led development bank over which Washington has voiced concerns work collaboratively with Western development groups like the World Bank, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Mar 20, 2015
Abe administration develops rift over China's new development bank
Officials in the Abe administration give conflicting views over whether Japan should participate in China's new infrastructure investment bank and risk its ties with Washington.
EDITORIALS
Mar 19, 2015
The new Asian bank wedge
The British government's decision to join the new Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank proposed by China has invited other governments to do likewise while opening the door to an embarrassing rift with the United States.
Japan Times
COMMENTARY / World
Jan 15, 2015
Shaping China's influence
It is in the best interests of Japan, the U.S., South Korea and Australia to become members of the China-established Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, to join China in shaping the future.
COMMENTARY / World
Nov 14, 2014
China banks on a new world order
China's approach to influencing global governance is only beginning to emerge. One hopes that it starts off on the right foot.
EDITORIALS
Oct 28, 2014
China banking on infrastructure
It's hard to fault the ambitions of China and 20 other nations in agreeing to start up the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. After all, Asia does need infrastructure. But there are fears that AIIB is aimed partly at undermining prevailing norms on international lending.
COMMENTARY / World
Oct 20, 2014
China need not dominate new bank for Asia
If America's allies — and even the U.S. itself — would join China's initiative for an Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Beijing could not dominate it as some fear.
JAPAN / Politics
Jul 5, 2014
Japan reluctant to join China-led investment bank
Japan tells China it is reluctant to be one of the founders of the new infrastructure investment bank Beijing wants set up in Asia.

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