Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: Join on the right terms

Decision-making talk should be held mostly between banking lawyers, not politicians.

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Now that the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and others have agreed to join the Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the risk of Canada’s isolation with Washington is reduced, writes John Gruetzner.
John Gruetzner
Published: Thursday, 03/26/2015 11:10 pm EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 03/26/2015 11:55 pm EDT

The decision by the Conservative government on whether to join as a founding shareholder in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is coming due at the end of this month. It should be based on what the minority rights are of a minor shareholder. 

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