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This market in the Philippines city of Tacloban is one of the few signs of relative normality amid the debris left by Super Typhoon Haiyan. Everything's double the usual price but there's no shortage of demand for everything from fish and chicken to underwear and milk formula. (SOUNDBITE)(Waray) UNIDENTIFIED MAN SAYING: "It's very hard but it's okay, at least there's something to buy now and we still have money. If we no longer have money, that's going to be the problem. Perhaps in a month we won't have any left because we don't even have jobs now." It's been 12 days after one of the biggest storms in recorded history killed thousands and wrecked entire towns. This is Guiuan in the heart of the disaster zone. There are supplies but here too prices are steep. (SOUNDBITE)(Filipino) MARISSA QUIRANTE, BANANA VENDOR, SAYING: "Yes, there is food in the market but people can't afford it. Prices are very high and that's why I'm staying."