Chinese scholar Song Xue examined 19 joint development projects worldwide between 1958 and 2008 and found territorial disputes that hurt bilateral ties often caused pacts to fail

She cited the Philippines-China venture as an example where both sides had set aside claims for ‘mutual economic gains’

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