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The implications of rising Philippines-China tensions

Tensions between the Philippines and China have once again flared up in the South China Seas. However, the fact that the Philippines is not closely integrated into China’s economy means the economic fallout from the deterioration in relations with China should be limited. Meanwhile, the Philippines is one country well-placed to benefit from the worsening in ties between the US and China.

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