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China-led AIIB approves $320 mln in loans to Pakistan power projects

China-led AIIB approves $320 mln in loans to Pakistan power projects

🕔13:10, 30.Sep 2016

BEIJING: The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) approved loans totalling $320 million to energy projects aiming to ease severe power shortages in Myanmar and Pakistan, the bank said on Thursday.

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China-backed AIIB approves first loans

China-backed AIIB approves first loans

🕔13:17, 25.Jun 2016

BEIJING: The China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) approved its first four loans totalling over half a billion dollars, it announced Friday, as it joined forces with putative rivals to finance projects across Asia.

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AIIB will boost investment in region: Xi

AIIB will boost investment in region: Xi

🕔12:30, 16.Jan 2016

BEIJING: The new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will boost investment in the region while contributing to “fairer” global economic governance, Chinese President Xi Jinping said Saturday at the formal opening ceremony in Beijing.

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Finance Minister signs AIIB articles of agreement for Pakistan

Finance Minister signs AIIB articles of agreement for Pakistan

🕔23:55, 30.Jun 2015

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has signed the articles of agreement (AoA) amongst 57 other founding members of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) on Monday.

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IDB puts Islamic finance on AIIB drawing board

IDB puts Islamic finance on AIIB drawing board

🕔18:25, 14.May 2015

SARAJEVO: The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) is in discussions with Chinese officials to study the use of Islamic financing in the planned Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the head of the Jeddah-based multilateral lender told Reuters.

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China says AIIB won’t be used for $46 bln Pakistan deal

China says AIIB won’t be used for $46 bln Pakistan deal

🕔16:46, 17.Apr 2015

BEIJING: China does not plan to use either its new Asian Infrastructure Development Bank (AIIB) or Silk Road fund to finance the $46 billion Pakistan-China Economic Corridor, with money to come from both countries instead, a senior diplomat said on Friday.

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