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JUN ENDO, Nikkei staff writer November 17, 2020 13:43 JST | Philippines
MANILA -- Government leaders in the Philippines are speaking out against a plan to sell several properties that the country owns in Japan.
The issue came to light in August when Foreign Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. suddenly tweeted his opposition to a "plot" that had recently resurfaced to sell the real estate.
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