Duterte to discuss arbitral ruling with China
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President Duterte yesterday said he would visit China later this month to discuss with Chinese President Xi Jinping the 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration that favored the Philippines and voided China's claim to almost the entire South China Sea. China does not recognize the ruling of the Netherlands-based court. The President, speaking at the oath-taking of new officers of the Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry Incorporated (FFCCCII) in Malacañang, noted he has vowed to take up the territorial dispute with China before his term ends.
Montemayor, J., Nonato, V., & Reyes, V. (2019, August 7). Malaya Business Insight, pp. B1, B5.
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