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Philippine businesses are jumping at the chance to make deals with China, but tension is lingering at home

The Chinese government said on Wednesday that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will visit China from October 18 to 21. But even before the visit was confirmed, business leaders and executives in the Philippines were clamoring to take part in Duterte's trip to one of the world's biggest economies. Who will be part of the delegation has not been announced, but on October 11 Reuters reported that business groups and government officials said registration for the trip had been "oversubscribed.
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