No China ‘co-ownership’ of Philippines marine resources
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Last week President Duterte announced that his administration was considering China’s offer to jointly explore an undisputed Philippine territory for potential energy deposits. He was referring to an area off Busuanga, Palawan and the Recto Bank in the West Philippine Sea (WPS), within the country’s 370-kilometer exclusive economic zone (EEZ) over which we have sovereign rights.
Ocampo, S. (2018, March 10). No China ‘co-ownership’ of Philippines marine resources. The Philippine Star, p. 11.
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