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Typhoon Haiyan pushes up Philippines inflation

5 December 2013 Last updated at 06:08 GMT

Inflation in the Philippines rose to a nine-month high in November driven by the impact of deadly Typhoon Haiyan.

Consumer prices in the country rose 3.3% in during the month, from a year ago.

The storm devastated one of the country's key agricultural regions, causing higher food prices.

The BBC's Leisha Chi has more.

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