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    Philippines Coconut Industry Struggles to Recover After Typhooni
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    Jason Strother
    March 06, 2014 6:02 PM
    Typhoon Haiyan's destructive winds devastated the Philippines, and parts of the island nation are still recovering. Farmers were among those hardest hit, nearly half of whom harvest coconuts. Jason Strother visited Leyte province and has this report for VOA on the coconut farming industry.

    Philippines Coconut Industry Struggles to Recover After Typhoon

    Jason Strother

    Published March 06, 2014

    Typhoon Haiyan's destructive winds devastated the Philippines, and parts of the island nation are still recovering. Farmers were among those hardest hit, nearly half of whom harvest coconuts. Jason Strother visited Leyte province and has this report for VOA on the coconut farming industry.


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