'Diwal' vendor cries foul over 'overpricing' reports
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A diwal (angel wing clam) vendor lamented media reports about the "overpricing" of the prized seafood here. Media reports recently tackled the disparity between the prices of diwal sold along Burgos Street last week (P175 per kilo) and in other areas 9up to P350 per kilo). Rose (not her real name) said the media "do not listen to the vendor's side of the story' and believes that some diwal vendors are "making excuses with their pricing".
Mijares, R. J. (2015, May 2). 'Diwal' vendor cries foul over 'overpricing' reports. Panay News, p. 5.
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