KUWTT: Balance with China continues | June 13, 2022

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Here are the top stories from the Manila Times for Monday, June 13, 2022.

READ: The balance with China continues

The incoming administration of Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. appears determined to maintain the current balance in its relations with China – treating it as a partner but not ruling out diplomatic protests when warranted.

READ: Rodriguez to play key role as ‘little president’

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Malacañang’s executive secretary is often referred to as the “little president” because of the immense powers that come with the position.

READ: New DICT chief wants 24/7 e-govt service

The Marcos administration plans to establish a 24/7 e-government or e-government service so that Filipinos can do business with the government at any time of the day and any time. day of the week.

READ: Broadcaster lines up 7 witnesses against EastWest bank manager, ex-staff

Broadcaster Anthony Taberna will present seven witnesses in the robbery case he filed against the former chief financial officer of his bakery-restaurant and a bank branch manager.

READ: Duterte: Maintaining healthy speech

President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday urged all Filipinos to maintain “healthy but meaningful discourse” as the nation continues on the long and arduous journey to freedom.

READ: PCG launches BRP Melchora Aquino

President Rodrigo Duterte on Sunday led the commissioning of the BRP Melchora Aquino, the new ship of the Philippine Coast Guard or PCG, at the South Port of Manila.

READ: Keep POEA funds out, DMW says

The Department of Budget and Management reiterated that the new Department of Migrant Workers or DMW cannot touch the 2022 budget of the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration or POEA.

In regional news,

READ: Dengue fever kills 17 people in Soccsksargen

Seventeen people have died from dengue fever while 1,664 others have been infected with the mosquito-borne disease since January this year, the regional health office reported on Thursday.

In world news,

READ: China: No independence for Taiwan

China will “fight to the end” to prevent Taiwan’s independence, the country’s defense minister promised on Sunday, already stoking tensions with the United States over the island.

READ: EU must decide on Ukraine’s candidacy

The European Commission will give a clear signal next week on Ukraine’s bid for EU candidate status, its chief Ursula von de Leyen said on Saturday, as fighting raged in the east and south from the country.

In the business,

READ: Government debt service reduced in April

National government debt service was reduced in April 2022, compared to payments made a year earlier, due to lower amortization expenditures, according to data released by the Office of the Treasury.

And in sports,

READ: Celtics will bounce back in Game 5

Jayson Tatum knows he took his game to a new level in his fifth NBA season, forging his way into the top echelon of league playmakers as the Boston Celtics’ leading scorer.

Rigoberto Tiglao and Fr. Ranhilio Aquino are the featured columnists on the front page of The Times.

Tiglao gives a

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Pr. Aquino intellectualizes

READ: Independence

In the Times editorial, it is noted that

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This is the report by Dafort Villaseran. Good day ahead!

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