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President Rodrigo Duterte is not eyeing a military pact with China after he scrapped a key deal in the Philippines defense alliance with the US, his spokesperson said Friday.
The local industry is losing some 100,000 airline seats per week and some agencies reported a 50 to 60-percent cut in sales due to COVID-19, said Rajah Travel Corp President Aileen Clemente.
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