Japan could still join China Infrastructure Bank, says Shinzo Abe ally

Tokyo: Japan could consider joining China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank if it makes some changes, a ruling coalition party executive said in an interview in Tokyo on Wednesday. Yoshihisa Inoue, secretary general of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo …
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