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Korean tourists enjoy horse-riding in Baguio city’s Wright Park on Christmas Day last year. Local and foreign economic experts have recommended to President Aquino that his government make tourism and agriculture the priority sectors for infrastructure support and development to create more jobs.  PHOTO BY RICK ALBERTO
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