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The Philippine peso, usually one of the more stable currencies in Southeast Asia, has fallen since Typhoon Haiyan's onslaught. The stock market in Manila has fallen sharply, too, erasing year-to-date gains. The WSJ's Deborah Kan speaks with Anjani Trivedi about the country's economic outlook.
|The Philippine Economy in the Aftermath of Haiyan|
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