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Alan Romberg Quoted In Yonhap News On The AIIB

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WASHINGTON, March 26 (Yonhap) — South Korea’s decision to participate in the Chinese-led regional development bank AIIB put an end to one of the two most vexing dilemmas the country has grappled with in recent months between its biggest trading partner, China, and traditional ally, the United States.



Alan Romberg, a distinguished fellow at the Stimson Center, said he heard about the idea about “compensation” for an AIIB decision with a decision on THAAD, but the two issues should be approached separately on their own merits.


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