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Mr. Benito Lim

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Political Science Professor

Phone: +61 * *** ****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Quezon City , Philippines
Ateneo de Manila University
Katipunan Avenue
Quezon City , Metro Manila 1108

Company Description: The Ateneo Grade School is the unit of the Ateneo de Manila educational system that provides the elementary level of education. Its immediate aim is to provide the...   more

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I don't think the dynasties will ..., 12 Oct 2015 [cached]
I don't think the dynasties will change," Ateneo University political science professor Benito Lim told AFP.
News Archive | F.M Apolinario, 26 Oct 2013 [cached]
Academics such as professor Benito Lim, a China specialist who teaches political science at Ateneo de Manila University, questions the sincerity of American help, pointing out that China's defence system is stronger than all the military weaponry of the Asean countries combined.
Referring to the Gregorio del Pilar, which was stripped of most of its weapons, he says: "Suppose the Americans know that China owns a machine gun, but they give the Philippines a kitchen knife - it makes the Philippines look ridiculous when confronted with the Chinese in the Scarborough Shoal.
China is watching closely to see ... [cached]
China is watching closely to see whether the Obama administration acts on the pivot in the Philippines, said Benito Lim, an expert on Sino-Philippine relations at Ateneo de Manila University. Talks are taking place over new military agreements, and basing rights, between the USA and the Philippines, which has a poorly equipped navy.
"Most Filipinos believe America will come to our rescue if we are in trouble with a third party, but that's over-expectation, America has its own national interest, and more serious problems with China than we do," he said.
"The Philippines needs both the USA, for security assurances and protection, and China, for our economic growth and development. The best thing is if they don't force us to make a choice, but help us develop our country and keep both as friends," said Lim.
3 years of Aquino only entrenched elite governance, 23 July 2013 [cached]
Another CenPEG analyst, Prof. Ben Lim, said "While Aquino's economists and business cronies as well as foreign financial experts extol about the phenomenal rise in the country's GDP growth, they were silent on the fact that along with the GDP rise is the sensational rise in the prices of all basic commodities including tuition. They were also silent that the mid-term expenditures contributed to GDP growth."
People are skeptical however of the economy booming at a breakneck pace, Lim said.
Ben Lim
Aquino's 'Inclusive Growth': No solution, more of the same
Fellows Speak [cached]
Ben Lim is a retired professor in political science and at the Asian Center, University of the Philippines and is presently a professor, the Chinese Studies Program, Ateneo de Manila University. He is a Senior Fellow of CenPEG.
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