High-rise buildings loom over residential houses in central Jakarta in February, 2017. Underinvestment in infrastructure is a chronic problem that predates the pandemic. Photo: AFP
High-rise buildings loom over residential houses in central Jakarta in February, 2017. Underinvestment in infrastructure is a chronic problem that predates the pandemic. Photo: AFP
Wang Huiyao
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Wang Huiyao

How China-led AIIB can expand its remit to build a greener, more inclusive post-pandemic world

  • The recovery-boosting infrastructure spending sprees favoured by developed nations are out of reach for less-well-off countries that need them most
  • The AIIB has the scope and track record to expand to a global level and help those nations left behind

High-rise buildings loom over residential houses in central Jakarta in February, 2017. Underinvestment in infrastructure is a chronic problem that predates the pandemic. Photo: AFP
High-rise buildings loom over residential houses in central Jakarta in February, 2017. Underinvestment in infrastructure is a chronic problem that predates the pandemic. Photo: AFP
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