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Biden greets ASEAN leaders with $150m investment pledge

Summit to focus on trade, security as Ukraine war highlights bloc's disunity

U.S. President Joe Biden poses for photographs with leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations at the White House on May 12.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations gathered in Washington on Thursday for a long-awaited summit with U.S. President Joe Biden, whose administration is keen to reassert itself in a region where China and Russia also have deep ties.

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