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Southeast Asian summit statement packs less of a punch on China

Key passages cut after lobbying by Beijing

MANILA The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is celebrating 50 years of togetherness this year, but the focus at its latest summit was how the bloc would handle an issue that divides its members: territorial friction with Beijing in the South China Sea.

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