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U.S. Should Have Joined China-led Infrastructure Bank: Trump Adviser

Nov 11 , 2016

A top adviser of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump lashed out at the Obama administration for failing to embrace the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), suggesting a possible policy shift when Trump takes office in January.

Hong Kong's South China Morning Post said that Trump's national security adviser, James Woolsey, called the Obama's administration’s opposition to the formation of the AIIB “a strategic mistake” in a letter to the newspaper.

Woolsey wrote that he hoped the Trump response to the “One Road, One Belt” initiative would be “much warmer”. 


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