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Japan flip-flops on AIIB policy

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China's Premier Li Keqiang speaks as Indonesia's President Joko Widodo listens during the bilateral economic cooperation forum in Beijing March 27.   © Reuters

TOKYO  -- Not everybody in Japan is happy with the way the government has handled itself on the issue of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

     A senior official of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's governing Liberal Democratic Party who once served as a cabinet minister has lambasted the government's failure to predict many like-minded democracies' moves to join the AIIB.

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