Taiwan Asian Infrastructural Investment Bank entry is 'highly probable'

Taiwan Asian Infrastructural Investment Bank entry is 'highly probable'
Parliament speaker Wang Jin-pyng (4th R) speaks after a meeting with Premier Mao Chi-kuo (5th R), main opposition Democratic Progressive Party (3rd R) party Ker Chien-ming (R) and other party representatives and government officials pose in Taipei on April 1, 2015. Taipei on March 31 issued a letter of intent to join the Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Bank (AIIB), a Beijing initiative seen as a counterweight to the Washington-backed World Bank and the Japanese-led Asian Development Bank (ADB).

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