Beijing, July 21, 2016
Statement on AIIB Commemorative Coins and other Unauthorized Souvenirs
In August 2015, the AIIB Preparations Management Co. Ltd (Multilateral Interim Secretariat for Establishing the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank) issued a notice on its website stating unequivocally that it had never granted any authorization to any legal person, organization or individual to design, coin or sell commemorative coins and/or similar souvenirs in the name of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
The AIIB, which officially succeeded to the AIIB Preparations Management Co. Ltd in January 2016, has never granted any authorization to any legal person, organization or individual to design, coin or sell commemorative coins in the name of AIIB. The AIIB has not authorized the production or sale of AIIB souvenirs, although it may do so in the future.
The AIIB has recently been made aware of false advertisements and potential sales of commemorative coins or other unauthorized souvenirs using the name of AIIB.
In reaction to such production, sale and advertisement, the AIIB reserves its right to take any administrative and/or legal action necessary against the relevant legal persons or individuals for the sake of protecting its rights and reputation.
Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
21 July 2016
2015年8月，亚投行筹备管理有限公司（亚洲基础设施投资银行多边临时秘书处）在其网站上发布了一个公告，明确声明其从未授权过任何法人、组织或个人以亚洲基础设施投资银行（亚投行）的名义设计、铸造或售卖纪念币和/或类似纪念品。 亚投行于2016年1月正式承继亚投行筹备管理有限公司成立，其从未从未授权过任何法人、组织或个人以亚投行的名义设计、铸造或售卖纪念币。亚投行从未授权生产或销售任何亚投行纪念品，虽然这在将来有可能发生。 亚投行近期了解到存在以亚投行名义进行虚假广告和潜在的销售纪念币或其他未授权纪念品的情况。 针对相关制造、销售和广告，亚投行保留针对相关法人或个人采取一切行政和/或法律手段的权利，以便保护自身的权利和声誉。
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