Over 40 countries sign on to join AIIB AIIB 마감, 참여국가는?

The sign-up period for joining the China-led… Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has come to a close,… with over 40 countries on board to become founding members.
But missing from the list… are the U.S. and Japan.
Shin Se-min tells us where the bank goes from here.
A total of 46 countries lined up to become founding members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank an institution that aims to help low-income regions with necessary funds for large development projects.
The four largest European economies,… Germany, France, the UK and Italy,… as well as Australia, Brazil and South Korea have applied to become members.
But the U.S. and Japan,… have opted to sit out,… with Washington citing concerns over the AIIB′s governing standards,… and whether it′ll negatively affect U.S.-based institutions like the World Bank.
Japanese officials said they are waiting to see how China will guarantee fair governance of the bank.
So far, the AIIB has confirmed one-hundred billion U.S. dollars in capital,… with initial subscribed capital at around 50 billion dollars.
Proposed by China in 2013,… the bank is seen as China′s attempt to take on a more prominent role in the global financial system.
Experts question whether the bank will successfully grant loans,… and they′ll be watching to see which countries and what types of companies benefit from the institution.
The final list of founding members could come as early as April 15th…
With the completion of signing and negotiations to take place in June,… the bank is expected to be set up by the end of this year.
Shin Se-min, Arirang News.

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  1. The sign-up period for joining the China-led… Asian Infrastructure
    Investment Bank has come to a close,… with over 40 countries on board to
    become founding members.
    But missing from the list… are the U.S. and Japan.
    Shin Se-min tells us where the bank goes from here.
    A total of 46 countries lined up to become founding members of the Asian
    Infrastructure Investment Bank an institution that aims to help low-income
    regions with necessary funds for large development projects.
    The four largest European economies,… Germany, France, the UK and
    Italy,… as well as Australia, Brazil and South Korea have applied to
    become members.
    But the U.S. and Japan,… have opted to sit out,… with Washington citing
    concerns over the AIIB′s governing standards,… and whether it′ll
    negatively affect U.S.-based institutions like the World Bank.
    Japanese officials said they are waiting to see how China will guarantee
    fair governance of the bank.
    So far, the AIIB has confirmed one-hundred billion U.S. dollars in
    capital,… with initial subscribed capital at around 50 billion dollars.
    Proposed by China in 2013,… the bank is seen as China′s attempt to take
    on a more prominent role in the global financial system.
    Experts question whether the bank will successfully grant loans,… and
    they′ll be watching to see which countries and what types of companies
    benefit from the institution.
    The final list of founding members could come as early as April 15th…
    With the completion of signing and negotiations to take place in June,…
    the bank is expected to be set up by the end of this year.
    Shin Se-min, Arirang News.

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