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Japan and the Philippines signed Wednesday a ¥50 billion ($465 million) loan agreement to help fund the Southeast Asian nation’s coronavirus response.

“This ¥50 billion loan seeks to help curtail the spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines and shore up the government’s emergency response and economic stimulus by providing budgetary support,” the Japanese Embassy said in a statement.

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