Philippines floods: Food prices on the rise in Manila

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In the Philippines, the capital Manila is getting back on its feet after floods last week killed an estimated 60 people and left hundreds of thousands homeless.

A huge cleanup operation has begun, and businesses are starting to open up their doors again.

However, food prices are becoming a concern and the government has asked shop owners not to raise the prices.

The BBC's Kate McGeown reports.

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