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Manila port logjam fans inflation concerns

Economic growth expected to be hurt if situation drags on
Friday, August 15, 2014 - 06:00

[MANILA] Containers with goods from garlic to microchips are piling up at the main ports in the Philippines six months after a truck ban took effect, causing a supply logjam that's fanned inflation and may impair output. "It's hurting production; it's raising our costs," said Alfredo Yao,

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