Step one in a new China policy: Join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

Canada should not just join the AIIB to improve Canadian procurement chances. We should join because it is in our overall strategic interest.

OECD Photo: Julien Daniel
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development secretary general Angel Gurria and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank president-designate Jin Liqun, Nov. 6.
Hugh Stephens
Published: Wednesday, 11/25/2015 12:00 am EST
Last Updated: Wednesday, 11/25/2015 10:58 am EST

With the election of Justin Trudeau and the Liberals, much of the policy framework that has defined the last decade or so of Stephen Harper’s government will be subjected to close scrutiny—none more so than Canada’s China policy.

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