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The Philippines must prepare for the double-edged sword of Chinese spending. This potential for China 'weaponizing' tourism has a history.
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Financial technology innovations that could well benefit the 'unbanked' and others who would benefit from greater access to capital could well be stymied by well-intended regulations in the Philippines
'Whether once separated by physical walls or split by existing political ones, today's leaders... should also think about how much has been and can be accomplished when barriers come down, and engagement flourishes.'
As ASEAN moves toward an economic community Are we ready to compete? For young people in the Philippines and elsewhere my answer is simple That is: quite frankly yes you are
Former US Ambassador Curtis Chin also compares Asian regional disputes to the book based television series Game of Thrones
Where are rising tensions between ASEAN and China headed? Is US intervention making things worse?
This might be a small step forward but it can help build trust that will be critical for a larger deal
It will be important that US involvement in Asia and the Pacific be much more than about defense
Having nationality as a primary factor for hiring or promotion is constraining and potentially damaging to employee retention and morale
Rappler talks to former U S Ambassador to the Asian Development Bank Curtis Chin