A willingness to compromise will be key to the success of the Beijing-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, which will have Jin Liqun, a former Chinese deputy finance minister, as its first president. Photo: Reuters

China-led AIIB to offer loans with fewer strings attached: sources

The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will require projects to be legally transparent and protect social and environmental interests, but will not ask borrowers to privatise or deregulate businesses for loans

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