EXPORTERS are pushing for critical policy and economic reforms, including investment in infrastructure, to boost the productivity of the tourism and hospitality industries in the country.

Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc. (PhilExports) President Sergio Ortiz-Luis Jr. over the weekend noted that while the country’s tourism performance has been improving, it is still way below the performance of neighboring countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and Vietnam despite their own problems.

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