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Duterte told Japanese businessmen if they want to come to the Philippines , "you'll just have to contend with the new dynamics of my country". Both sides instead focused on strengthening economic ties. Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay, asked at a subsequent press conference to clarify the remarks, said that Duterte did not mean U.S. troops would be ousted, stressing that "our national interests still continue to converge".
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