China celebrates signing of AIIB charter 총 57개국 AIIB 협정문 서명

China is celebrating a milestone in its foreign policy today… as member nations sign a formal charter for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank in Beijing.
The organization will begin operations early next year.
Shin Se-min reports.
Representatives from 57 founding nations gathered in Beijing′s Great Hall of the People on Monday for the signing ceremony of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
It′s one of China′s biggest foreign policy achievements yet.
As its name implies, the bank was set up to provide loans to finance infrastructure projects in developing Asian countries, and it′s expected to have a positive influence on the Asian economy.
Seoul′s finance ministry said the demand for Asia′s infrastructure financing is expected to reach 730 billion U.S. dollars a year next year,… with an average of over 230 billion set to be spent on infrastructure projects in Asia.
Asian countries will own up to 75 percent of the institution,… while European countries and other nations will take up the rest.
China has the largest stake, at 30-percent, while India is the second-largest shareholder at eight-and-a-half percent.
Korea is the fourth largest shareholder within the region, and it′s the largest share the country has ever had in any global financial organization, including the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank.
However, Germany outpaces Korea in percentage of shares and voting rights.
The organization will start with 50 billion U.S. dollars in authorized capital,… which is eventually expected to double in size.
The bank′s interim head will be China′s former Deputy Finance Minister Jin Liqun.
Ahead of the signing ceremony, China vowed to operate a transparent, socially conscious development bank that will supplement the shortfall in Asian infrastructure funding and cooperate with existing multilateral organizations.
Shin Se-min, Arirang News.

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  1. China is celebrating a milestone in its foreign policy today… as member
    nations sign a formal charter for the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
    in Beijing.
    The organization will begin operations early next year.
    Shin Se-min reports.
    Representatives from 57 founding nations gathered in Beijing′s Great Hall
    of the People on Monday for the signing ceremony of the Asian
    Infrastructure Investment Bank.
    It′s one of China′s biggest foreign policy achievements yet.
    As its name implies, the bank was set up to provide loans to finance
    infrastructure projects in developing Asian countries, and it′s expected to
    have a positive influence on the Asian economy.
    Seoul′s finance ministry said the demand for Asia′s infrastructure
    financing is expected to reach 730 billion U.S. dollars a year next year,…
    with an average of over 230 billion set to be spent on infrastructure
    projects in Asia.
    Asian countries will own up to 75 percent of the institution,… while
    European countries and other nations will take up the rest.
    China has the largest stake, at 30-percent, while India is the
    second-largest shareholder at eight-and-a-half percent.
    Korea is the fourth largest shareholder within the region, and it′s the
    largest share the country has ever had in any global financial
    organization, including the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank.
    However, Germany outpaces Korea in percentage of shares and voting rights.
    The organization will start with 50 billion U.S. dollars in authorized
    capital,… which is eventually expected to double in size.
    The bank′s interim head will be China′s former Deputy Finance Minister Jin
    Liqun.
    Ahead of the signing ceremony, China vowed to operate a transparent,
    socially conscious development bank that will supplement the shortfall in
    Asian infrastructure funding and cooperate with existing multilateral
    organizations.
    Shin Se-min, Arirang News.

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