The international Tribunal will make a historic decision about the biggest geopolitical point in the South China sea. Philippines and China are at loggerheads over disputed Islands in the South China sea.
China refused to participate in the case, when for the first time an international court has issued a decision on the riots of the sea, and analysts expect that the court will make a decision to go against China in a significant way.
"Security has real consequences, and through the South China sea is about half of the trading flow in the world. As the sea is one of the busiest trade routes, the decision will affect trade and business worldwide," said Eric Shimp, Counsellor trade policy from the firm of Alston
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