外文标题：China, India likely to be biggest shareholders in AIIB
SINGAPORE: China is likely to hold a 25-30 per cent stake in the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) while India will be the second-biggest shareholder, delegates said on Friday after a three-day meeting of the bank's founding member-nations.
AIIB said in a statement that it expected to be operational by the end of the year. It said the meeting in Singapore finalised the articles of agreement, which are expected to be ready for signing by the end of June, but did not give details.
No details of the ownership structure were disclosed, but delegates told Reuters that China would likely take a 25-30 per cent stake in the bank, and India was likely to be the second-largest shareholder.
China's share in the $100 billion lender would be less than 30 per cent, an Asian delegate told Reuters. A second delegate said India's share would be between 10 and 15 per cent. Both spoke on condition of anonymity.
kaipulla vvsangam (Chennai)
The concept is very good in paper to counter US dominated banks, but the major controller of bank here is china which is still not a friendly nation to india , apart from that this will help Asian countries to develop!
Sainath Kalpathy (Hyderabad)
India needs to be smart n this bank must rival as well as complement IMF/World banks as wellas ADB ! good move !
Amit Rana (New Delhi)
how to get job in it.. where to apply ?
Naishadhkumar Jani (Pune)
China is likely to have a 30.85 per cent share in the bank, followed by India with 10.4 per cent, the daily quoted media reports as saying.
Vijay Bali (idia)
its unexpected for India to believe that china has given us 2nd rank. may be they know that under modi govt ignoring india will cost them more