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Desiccated coconuts: curfew in Manila leads to domino effect

August 27, 2020 at 11:19 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MANILA. Although the situation in the Philippines continues to improve, coconut processors still face difficulties. This causes a high volatility of prices.

Coronavirus tests for key workers

According to market players, August went without major problems; on the contrary, some production delays that still occurred in July have improved. However, this does not mean that the situation in the Philippines has returned to normal; the curfews in the capital Manila have created a domino effect that has prevented many factory workers from reaching their work places. In the meantime, free Covid-19 tests are available for the important key employees, so the government constantly tries to improve the situation. Rig

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