AIIB president: Working together is key to economic growth

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The head of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank says climate change and COVID-19 are the two biggest challenges facing nations and business. President Jin Liqun was speaking to government officials, business leaders and diplomats in Bangkok. He also stressed the importance of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.

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