It's Official: Switzerland, Luxembourg Joining BRICS' Bank

Despite negative noises from the US, Switzerland and Luxembourg have become the latest European nations to apply to join the Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the Chinese Finance Ministry announced.

Earlier in March, the EU’s leading economies – the UK, France and Germany –announced plans to participate in the new international financial institution.
China’s Finance Ministry released a statement on Friday saying it welcomes the Swiss decision to apply.
Switzerland is to become the bank’s founding member later this month if other nation members involved approve its candidacy.
The ministry released a separate statement on March 20, saying Luxembourg also wants to join the China-led project.
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The AIIB has already gathered together 27 “prospective” founding members, Chinese Finance Minister Lou Jiwei told the local Xinhua news agency.
The application deadline for membership is March 31, with China planning for the AIIB to become operational before the end of 2015.
According to Lou, other nations will still be able to join the AIIB after the deadline expires, but only as common members.
The institution is expected to boast an initial subscribed capital of $50 billion and focus on supporting infrastructure projects across Asia.
Head of the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), Angel Gurria, praised the European states for their participation in the bank.
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“The fact that some of the European countries are now associating with the project makes me even more convinced that it is going to be run in a very professional, transparent way,” Gurria is cited as saying by AFP.
However, US officials have been skeptical, expressing fears that it may undermine the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
US Treasury Secretary, Jacob Lew, stressed Washington has doubts if the China-led bank will be able to “adhere to the kind of high standards that the international financial institutions have developed.”
“Will it protect the rights of workers, the environment, will it deal with corruption issues appropriately?” Lew asked.
But the Chinese finance minister gave an assurance that the AIIB will not compete with existing international organizations.
“History revisited, the establishment of regional investment banks including the ADB (Asian Development Bank) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development did not weaken established (institutions), rather they reinforced the multilateral financial organizations and more vigorously pushed forward the global economy,” Lou stressed.
According to the minister, China will remain an important member of the World Bank and the ADB, continuing to support their efforts towards global poverty relief and development.
 RT

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6 thoughts on “It's Official: Switzerland, Luxembourg Joining BRICS' Bank”

  1. With all these miserable bastards joining BRICS, Australia, Britain, Switzerland and Luxemberg etc because their boat is sinking, we are going to be in for more of the same crap we have been fighting for all these 13 Millenia, unless there is going to be some type of stringent control on the way the new-comers are going to be regulated.
    Would it not be better, in hind sight, to kick the BRICS method into action and get it up and running before we INVITE the rest to join. Otherwise they are going to want to control everything as they have done in the past and we will be back where we started from and their control will be far worse than it is now!!
    Don’t let them just join and be happy ever after when it was they who screwed up this world and put us in this pathetic position. This will be our last chance to get it right and we will only have ourselves to blame if we fuck it up!

  2. I really have to laugh. “Will it protect the rights of workers, the environment, will it deal with corruption issues appropriately”. Jacob Lew needs to take his head out of that dark area between his legs if he thinks the US Treasury is covering those issues and is squeaky clean when in reality it is his institution along with its cronies that has plunged the world down the corrupt path it is now on!!

    1. China must be amused of how these people is reacting to the new reality. ‘seems they’re having a hard time adjusting to a system not under their usual control. The bullying is over!

  3. Plenty of EU members have contracting economy at the moment, and all of them had few years ago, and they are all still kicking around 😉 So, RF will survive this one too…

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