© Veejay Villafranca/Bloomberg News Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, center, attends the Asian Development Bank’s 50th anniversary reception in Manila in February.

MANILA — Rodrigo Duterte does not need your money. But he will take it.  

Since his electoral triumph last summer, the man famous for cursing foreign leaders and calling for mass killing seems to be raking in the cash for Manila: A tidy $24 billion in deals with China. Fresh billions from Japan. Not to mention the tens of millions in military and development aid the United States sends each year — despite his call for a “separation.”