Frequent Contacts with China from 2005 to 2006. When He Was the Governor of Ilocos Norte Province in 2007, the Population of China in the Province Was Only 102,000. Laoag City, the Capital of the People's Republic of China, Opened a Consulate, Which Was the Only Chinese Consulate in the Philippines Outside Manila. "He Has Been Supported by China for a Long Time, Whether It Is Trade or Economic Support, or Investment Promotion. Many Businessmen Have Invested in Laoag (Laoag), and He Said That He Will Improve the Economy of the Philippines After He
Takes Office. I Think He Is Behind the Idea Is to Get Support from China, That's Pretty Clear."the Newly Elected President of the Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos Jr., Will Take Office at the End of June. Since the Son of the Former Philippine Dictator Won the executive list Election, How He Will Balance the Philippines and the Two Major Powers, the United States and China, Has Been a Topic of Great Concern. Some Experts Said That, Judging from His Performance During the Election Campaign and His Close Relationship with China in the Past, He May Take a "Pro-China and Dislike the United States" Stance, but He and the United States Will Maintain a Superficial Harmony and Alliance, and
There Will Be No Duo. Terry's "Reflective Anti-Western Sentiment". Ferdinand Marcos Jr., Who Avoided Foreign Policy During the Campaign, Said in an Interview with Several Philippine Media Last Week (May 26) That He Would Defend the International Court of Justice's July 2016 Arbitration Over Disputed Islands in the South China Sea. the Ruling in Favor of the Philippines Will Not Allow China to Erode the Philippines' Maritime Rights. He Said He Would Continue to Speak with Beijing with a "Firm Voice" and That There Must Be No War Between the Philippines and China.