BRISK BUSINESS—It didn’t take long for entrepreneurs in western Pangasinan continue who continue to experience blackout in their areas as a result of the devastation caused by Typhoon Emong, to find opportunities to do business like this man who uses a portable generator set for re-charging batteries of cell phones, at P20 per battery. (Punchphoto by Cesar S. Ramirez)

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