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enness has helped build comprehensive partnerships both with developing and developed economies. Besides, the AIIB has
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The governance structure and decision-making process of the AIIB are based on multilateralism.
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out 30 percent) shareholder, it has never used it even once－and would never use it without reason.
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nectivity. And through the AIIB, China has been promoting constructive reforms in the global fin
上海乌托邦品茶微信ncial system and development institutions, without having any intention to replace them.
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ational finance and it would be irresponsible to carry out random “social experiments” in global development.
上海乌托邦品茶微信The AIIB has prudently weighed the different and diverse requests from both developed and developing member econ
omies before taking any decisions so that the future of the projects are not jeopardized.
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ed its governance capability in accordance with global norms, built an institutional cult
上海乌托邦ure, and formed dozens of professional teams. In the process, the bank has accumulated abundant expe
riences in investing in and maintaining sustainable infrastructure facilities. No wonder it has received the high
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上海乌托邦品茶微信The author is an associate professor at the School of Government, and director of the Center for BRICS Cooperation Stud
ies at Beijing Normal University. The views don’t necessarily represent those of China Daily.