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By: Huang Hsin and Staff Reporter
The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will hold its first working meeting in
Beijing this month to discuss share distribution and select a bank governor and other officials.
Guangzhou-based 21st Century Business Herald said the first meeting was originally scheduled for March 30, but because more countries than expected applied, it was postponed until the end of April.
According to the latest figures from China’s Ministry of Finance, 52 countries, including Taiwan, applied to join the AIIB as founding members before the March 31 deadline. [FULL STORY]