The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB): A Multilateral Bank Where China Sets the Rules

10 April 2019
Heinrich Böll Foundation in cooperation with urgewald
For free
Place of publication
Berlin
Date of Publication
April 2019
Number of Pages
40
Licence
cc-by-nc-nd-4 by
Language of publication
English
ISBN
978-3-86928-196-4 / https://doi.org/10.25530/03552.6

In recent years, a number of countries have chosen to join the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), which has become a major player in the global financial architecture in record time. The AIIB promises to be "lean, clean and green". In truth, it seems to be an instrument to promote Chinese interests. The analysis of Korinna Horta after three years of AIIB is very sobering. What can you do now? Is it time to acknowledge a total failure and leave the bank? What influence do shareholders still have and what should they push for?