JMSU

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AcronymDefinition
JMSUJoint Marine Seismic Undertaking (agreement between China and Philippines concerning South China Sea)
JMSUJust Make Stuff Up (polite form)
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Escudero recalled that during the Arroyo administration, the Philippines, China and Vietnam entered into an agreement to jointly conduct oil offshore exploration covering both disputed and undisputed waters, also known as the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking. However, he said, the agreement was between the countries' respective oil companies.
The most famous previous example, the 2004 Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking, was signed by China and the Philippines, with Vietnam joining the agreement later on to explore the South China Sea for oil and natural gas.
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.
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 last time we had a visit from ChinaPresident Hu Jintao in 2005they were able to extract the highly questionable Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) from President Arroyo.
For example, the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking, an agreement among Chinese, Vietnamese and Philippine oil companies to explore for oil in the South China Sea, collapsed after it was revealed that part of the area was uncontested Philippine waters.
But while the Philippines agrees with China on the matter of jointly exploring and developing the disputed areas, del Rosario said he is not in favor of resuming the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking that oil companies of the Philippines, China and Vietnam engaged in between 2005 and 2010 during the term of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Aquino's predecessor
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.
Although the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) entered into by the Arroyo
signed the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking in 2005 to conduct a pre-exploration activity in the South China Sea to determine the resource potentials of the disputed waters.
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.
The senators also noted the 'non-transparent process' that led to the signing of the Joint Marine Seismic Undertaking (JMSU) with China on September 1, 2004, under the administration of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, a known ally of Duterte.
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