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Yahoo! News: Foreign arms firms considering manufacturing in Philippines: official
(Reuters) - Weapons and munitions manufacturers from Canada, the United States, South Korea and South Africa are considering setting up operations in the Philippines once its first defense economic zone is launched, a senior government official said on Tuesday.
The Straits Times: Japan, Philippines defy China with second spy plane flight
(AFP) - Japan and the Philippines flew patrol planes near disputed South China Sea waters for the second straight day on Wednesday, defying Chinese warnings.
The Star Online: Idris Jala slams Bloomberg over article on Malaysia?s economic policies
Minister Jala: Between 2009 and 2014, Malaysian Gross National Income grew by 47.7%. Growth last year was 6%, and over the next four years the OECD predicts Malaysia will enjoy annual growth of 5.6%. A growth rate nearly four times that of some of the most advanced economies in the world hardly suggests ?distress?.
USA Today: Taiwan becomes first Asian nation with Silicon Valley launch pad
The opening of the Taiwan Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center in San Jose, Calif., makes it the ninth country to open an office to facilitate companies coming from overseas to find their way in Silicon Valley.
The Guardian: Philippines sees slow take up of renewable energy
Despite a law passed in 2008 to encourage higher use of renewables, there was an increase of only 118MW in renewable energy capacity to 5,391MW from 2007 to 2011.
Yahoo! News: Filipino Muslim rebels lay down arms to reinforce peace deal
(AP) ? The largest Muslim rebel group in the Philippines handed over dozens of assault weapons Tuesday in a symbolic gesture to reinforce a peace pact stalled by a public outcry over the killings earlier this year of dozens of police commandos in a fierce battle with insurgents.
Yahoo! News: Philippines to present China sea case at Hague next month
The Philippines will argue its case against China's claim over most of the disputed South China Sea at The Hague next month, the foreign department said Monday.
National Interest: Will Robots Kill the Asian Century?
The rise of technologies such as 3-D printing and advanced robotics means that the next few decades for Asia?s economies will not be as easy or promising as the previous five.
Forbes Asia: Common Threat To Cool Dispute Between Taiwan And The Philippines
Taiwan and the Philippines may see resistance of China as an incentive to avoid their own spats. The likely outcome: an agreement on shared usage of the Luzon Strait.
AP: SOUTH CHINA SEA WATCH: US ups pressure with overflights
The U.S. military has begun actively ? and more publicly ? challenging China's sovereignty claims over half a dozen artificial islands Beijing has been rapidly constructing through massive land reclamation.
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