Why Canada must be part of the AIIB

And why the Chinese-led Asian investment bank matters for global liberal order.

The Hill Times Photo: Jake Wright
Finance Minister Joe Oliver, pictured in November 2014, said earlier this month that "We're going to make a decision in Canada’s national interest,” about joining the AIIB.
Yves Tiberghien
Published: Monday, 03/30/2015 11:49 pm EDT
Last Updated: Tuesday, 03/31/2015 7:49 pm EDT

The announcement March 12 that the United Kingdom would join the new China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank ignited an intense debate around the world and in Canada. Luxembourg preceded the UK on March 11, Switzerland followed on March 13. France, Germany and Italy joined the movement on March 16.

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