THE Philippines will know the verdict of an international arbitral tribunal on the complaint it filed against China on July 7, a source said on Wednesday.

Senior diplomats and foreign policy experts are holding marathon meetings at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) to map out Manila’s strategy once the ruling has been handed down, the source, who participated in the private meetings, said.

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