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He has been on a tour of Asia to reassure allies of Washington’s commitment to the region under Trump’s leadership. Trade is top of mind Business discussions are expected to be a key part of his visit, including how to remove remaining trade barriers between Australia and the United States, which is the biggest foreign investor in Australia. Professor Fariborz Moshirian is the director of the Institute of Global Finance at the University of New South Wales Business School in Sydney. “They have got (a) free trade agreement between the two countries and naturally one of the key points that could be raised is how to enhance free trade between these two countries as well as in the region.” Reviving parts of TPP Trump’s decision to scrap the world’s biggest trade deal, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, was met with dismay in Australia, one of a dozen countries that signed the agreement last year.
Previous summits have tended to focus on China and its growing reach across the South China Sea.
Several nations in the region, including Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore are also concerned about the return of jihadists from the Middle East as the Islamic State (IS) group loses territory in Iraq and Syria.
The defense official said probably about 1,000 or fewer Southeast Asians are in Syria and Iraq, and "hundreds" have already returned to their home countries."Local governments certainly are very concerned about the possibility of a rise in ISIL-related violence, it is very high on their agenda when they speak to us," the official said, using an acronym for the IS group.
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Despite Rodrigo Duterte's comments to end joint military exercises with America, the Philippine defence department spokesman Arsenio Andolong said, "The (US military) relationship has not changed as of today" (AFP Photo/Ted Aljibe)San Diego (AFP) - US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said America's alliance with the Philippines remains "ironclad" even though the Asian ally's leader has vowed to end joint military exercises.