aiib /ndb ...aiib energy paper ..welcome from & -which collaboration summits do sustainable youth need to be connect?
AIIB 018 mumbai: worlds most trusted partnerships eg ending slums (indonesia) see also world bank annual 2018; infrastructures for trade win-win- 80 national delegations benchmarking with asia : -017 jeju:home of green big bang by 2000 place governors; reforest .. Belt Road- biannual summits - 2017 with 30 national leaders and un world bank imf- combinations of up to 11 regions map each others progress in infrastructure, cultural exchanges and more
BRICS plus- benchmark most exciting collaboration projects 5 growing nations can search - which nations want to join the 5

special G20 2016 china ; 2018 argentina 2019 tokyo

happy tech spaces - olympics tokyo;
digital gateways

watch out for next 3 ecoomerce summits for world leaders and china import/export expo
...within region FOOTPRINT eg china 5 years summit oct 18 2017 -19th national congress:- dialogue keys include
review international maps
advance 4 comprehensives charter rejuvenation

appoint next 5 year leadership team - lots of new appointemnts at very top level due to 67 year age rule
how will china end poverty by 2020?eg 3000 students from brics nations in china to network ideas......................scrc-assn..............................................
previously blog searched for friends - cgtn keys win-win
Ted Leonsis owner of DC's hockey and basketball teams says sports can give back a lot more - and aims to show how in supercity dc-baltimore

Friday, February 21, 2020

Global Infrastructure Partners is seeking $5 billion for its debut emerging-markets fund, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The fund is targeting gross U.S. dollar returns of 20% annually and will focus on transport, energy, water and waste investments in middle-income countries in Latin America and Asia, excluding India, said the person, who requested anonymity because the fundraising is private. Representatives for GIP didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.
GIP’s fund will be managed by Jim Yong Kim, the former president of the World Bank, and Jin-Yong Cai, the former CEO of the International Finance Corp. who more recently worked at TPG.
GIP, which oversees more than $51 billion, is led by Adebayo Ogunlesi, a former Credit Suisse Group AG executive who’s also the lead director of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s board. The firm is also eyeing up to $22 billion for its fourth global infrastructure fund, which would be the industry’s biggest

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