Survivors of super Typhoon Haiyan wave while onboard a Philippine Navy ship before docking at the north harbor in Manila November 29, 2013. As the Philippines gets down to the daunting task of ... more 
Survivors of super Typhoon Haiyan wave while onboard a Philippine Navy ship before docking at the north harbor in Manila November 29, 2013. As the Philippines gets down to the daunting task of rebuilding after this month's destructive typhoon, the nation's central bank said it stood ready to support the economy beyond the initial hit to growth from the catastrophic storm. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Amando Tetangco said the central bank has the flexibility to "fine-tune" policy settings if necessary to steer the economy forward. Typhoon Haiyan, which slammed into the central Philippines on Nov. 8 and cut a swathe of destruction and killed nearly 5,600 people, is seen dragging on growth over the next year and pushing up inflation. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS DISASTER ENVIRONMENT MARITIME MILITARY) less 
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Fri, Nov 29, 2013 4:05 AM EST