The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is a good recipe for solving the global economic recession and boosting growth and prosperity, Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang said Monday.
Representatives of 57 founding countries of the AIIB congregated in Beijing for the signing ceremony for the AIIB bank. Australia was the first country to sign the document, Chinese media reported.
The 60-article agreement stated each member's share as well as the governance structure and policy-making mechanism of the bank.
The China-proposed initiative is an ambitious scheme to improve trade, infrastructure and cultural exchanges in parts of Asia, Africa and Europe.