These are heady days for the Philippi...

These are heady days for the Philippines as Prime Minister Stephen Harper visits

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That counts for a lot in the Philippines. It has been a sleepy hollow since long before Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos were pushed from power in 1986 by Corazon Aquino's "People Power" revolution.

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#1 Nov 10, 2012
The French government should give the patrol boats being negotiated with Philippine government as a development assistance just like the Japanese offer earlier.

The EC and American companies are already in the Federal States of the Philippines making money out of her natural resources, and they should give back to the host government( by giving patrol boats) to help out in deterring China in the West Philippine Sea.

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