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Philippines fish traders hit by Typhoon Haiyan

Agriculture and fisheries in the Philippines have been severely disrupted by Typhoon Haiyan.

The areas worst hit by the typhoon are important suppliers of fish to the rest of the country.

The BBC's Leisha Chi visited one Manila fish market where traders are struggling to source fish at a price their customers can afford.

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