JMSUJoint Marine Seismic Undertaking (agreement between China and Philippines concerning South China Sea)
JMSUJust Make Stuff Up (polite form)
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Undoubtedly from the JMSU it had gleaned data that the area near Palawan is oil rich.
Under the JMSU, which expired in 2008, the Philippines, China and Vietnam, through their respective national oil corporations, agreed to conduct joint explorations of the disputed South China Sea.
The document said the JMSU had achieved substantive progress and was "a historical breakthrough in handling the South China Sea issue".
The group's petition to declare the JMSU unconstitutional and detrimental to national interest has been pending in the high court for the past 10 years, Colmenares said in a statement.
'Second, I would want for the Supreme Court to already make the decision on the JMSU case so that the stand on the [interpretation of the] 1987 Constitution is already clear.'
However, the only concrete example was the 2005 China-Philippines-Vietnam Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) which terminated in 2008 due to political controversy surrounding the initiative in the Philippines.
In 2004, claimant countries China, Vietnam and the Philippines signed the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) that allows the exploration of marine resources that can be found in the disputed islands of Spratlys.
The group filed the petition in 2008 asking the High Court to nullify the three-country Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) for allegedly violating the Constitution.
The Supreme Court (SC) has been asked to resolve a 10-year old petition that challenged the constitutionality of the 2005 tripartite Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) among the Philippines, China and Vietnam.
(44) A major breakthrough achieved by the two countries during Arroyo's term was the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU), an agreement signed by the national oil companies of China, the Philippines and Vietnam in March 2005.
Escudero cited that during the Arroyo administration, the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU), an agreement on oil offshore exploration among China, the Philippines, and Vietnam was also signed, but the agreement only concerned the country's oil companies.
According to PAMALAKAYA, it can be likened the planned joint exploration to the 2005 Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) that led to a take over of China to the large portion of Spratly Islands in Palawan and other parts of the West Philippine Sea currently occupied by Beijing.