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Vietnam expects to take delivery of coastguard ships from Japan early next year, as Hanoi looks to boost its defenses amid a territorial row with China in the South China Sea. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Friday that Tokyo would provide Southeast Asian nations its “utmost support” in their territorial disputes over the South China Sea, in a speech that received a hostile response from China.



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