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The New Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank must be different

Asia faces an infrastructure shortage worth $8.3 trillion from 2016-2020. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) was created to close this gap, but it will only be able to invest $250 billion by 2020. In a recent report for the Korea Development Institute, William P. Mako (CDPR Fellow) and Wonhyuk Lim argue that if the AIIB adopts an innovate investment strategy instead of conventional models employed by the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, it could channel a potential $75 trillion to meet Asia's infrastructure demands.

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