It is known that an intertwining (or even approximately intertwining) diagram implies the isomorphism of the limit algebras. Under what conditions the converse holds?
The converse holds if the inductive limits involve semiprojective building blocks. That is: suppose $$\varinjlim (A_i,\phi_i^{i'}) \cong \varinjlim (B_j,\psi_j^{j'})$$ (here my notation is $\phi_i^{i'}:A_i \to A_{i'}$, etc.), and each $A_i$ and $B_j$ are separable and semiprojective, then there exists subsequences $(A_{i_k}), (B_{j_k})$ and an approximate intertwining between these. 

