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President of the Philippines visits Beijing

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. embarked on a three-day state visit to China on Tuesday. His government expects to sign 10 agreements with the People’s Republic, Marcos said in a speech before leaving for Beijing: “I will open a new chapter in our comprehensive, strategic cooperation with China.” Marcos Jr. added that he would expand relations with China in agriculture, energy, infrastructure and trade. These priorities were confirmed Tuesday by Beijing’s foreign office spokesman Wang Wenbin. Marcos Jr. will meet in Beijing with President Xi Jinping, among others.

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