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Biden trip refocuses on Asia-Pacific

Taipei Times 19 May 2022
By Andrew Hammond ... For example, continuing tensions in the South China Sea not only concern Japan and the US, but also other countries such as Taiwan, Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam, which are in a dispute with China over the waterway that sees about US$5 trillion of ship-borne trade each year ... .
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DHL Express invests RM13 mln in new Prai Service Centre

Malaysian National News Agency 18 May 2022
... demand for international shipping by businesses in the northern states ... This is in response to the increased demand for international shipping by the northern region's business community.
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FILE - In this April 2, 2018, file photo, former Senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. talks to reporters in front of the Philippine Supreme Court in Manila, Philippines
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New Marcos era emphatically born in the Philippines

Asiatimes 10 May 2022
During Duterte’s administration, the two countries experienced cozy but spat-splattered relations while Beijing constructed strategic facilities in the disputed waters and confronted the Philippines’ ships. The Philippines, China, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan and Vietnam claim ...
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UAE, Brunei to improve training, assessment of seafarers

Gulf Daily News 13 Apr 2022
The UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure has signed an agreement with the Maritime and Port Authority of Brunei Darussalam for a period of five years aimed at ensuring improved training for seafarers, and recognition of certificates by both the parties ... Amin Liew Abdullah, Minister of Finance and Economy II, Brunei Darussalam said.
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Philippines, US Hold Biggest Military Exercises in Seven Years

Voa News 28 Mar 2022
But last year he withdrew a threat to scrap a two-decade old pact governing the presence of U.S. troops in the Southeast Asian country ... U.S ... China claims most of the South China Sea, through which about $3 trillion in ship-borne trade passes every year. Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Taiwan also have claims on the waterway. .
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US admiral: China fully militarized artificial islands

Beijing News 24 Mar 2022
military action in the region, while other parties, most notably the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei, claim all or part of the South China Sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped annually.
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U.S. admiral says China fully militarized isles

The Crescent News 22 Mar 2022
The United States has no claims itself but has deployed Navy ships and aircraft for decades to patrol and promote free navigation in international waterway and airspace ... The other parties — the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei — claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped every year.
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U.S. admiral says China fully militarized disputed isles

Asahi News 22 Mar 2022
The United States has no claims itself but has deployed Navy ships and aircraft for decades to patrol and promote free navigation in international waterway and airspace ... The other parties--the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei--claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped every year.
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AP Exclusive: US admiral says China fully militarized isles

Times Free Press 22 Mar 2022
The United States has no claims itself but has deployed Navy ships and aircraft for ... The other parties — the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei — claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped every year.
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China has fully militarized three islands in South China Sea, US admiral says

The Observer 21 Mar 2022
What happened when a Chinese ship shone a laser at an Australian plane – and why does it matter? ... The other parties – the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei – claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5tn in goods are shipped every year.
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China seen militarizing 3 islands

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 21 Mar 2022
The other parties in the region -- the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei -- claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped every year.
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'China has fully militarized isles'

The Manila Times 21 Mar 2022
The United States has no claims itself but has deployed Navy ships and aircraft for decades to patrol and promote free navigation in international waterway and airspace ... The other parties — the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei — claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped every year.
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US Admiral Says China Has Fully Militarized Artificial Islands in South China Sea

NBCBayArea 21 Mar 2022
The United States has no claims itself but has deployed Navy ships and aircraft for decades to patrol and promote free navigation in international waterways and airspace ... The other parties — the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei — claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped every year.
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US admiral reportedly says China fully militarized isles

Korea Times 21 Mar 2022
The United States has no claims itself but has deployed Navy ships and aircraft for decades to patrol and promote free navigation in international waterway and airspace ... The other parties ― the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei ― claim all or part of the sea, through which approximately $5 trillion in goods are shipped every year.
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China’s military buildup on South China Sea islands threatens region: US commander

New York Post 21 Mar 2022
More On ... Adm ... The US deployed ships to the region to ensure unfettered navigation in the international waterway as part of a mission it calls freedom of operation but which China terms a provocation. The Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei also claim part of the sea through which roughly $5 trillion worth of goods are shipped every year.

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