Filipinos are reeling from soaring prices and anger is being aimed at the government, which refuses to roll back a tax reform law being blamed for the spike in costs.
Inflation, which measures price movements, rose to a five-year high of 4.6 per cent last month, above the government's forecast average of 3.9 per cent for the year.
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