South China Sea row threatens Philippines' growth
In just a few days time, 55 million Filipinos head to the polls to pick their next president.
Who they choose will determine the country's future with its trading partners, including China.
But tensions over the South China Sea have put the Philippines in a tough spot. At a time when it needs to assert itself, it is also increasingly dependent on China for growth.
The BBC's Asia Business Correspondent Karishma Vaswani reports from Davao, in the Southern Philippines.
06 May 2016
- From the section Business