When it comes to the rural tourism market, a lot of it is still on hold

It’s been nearly a year since the first CryptoCoins news release on the country’s rural tourism industry, and the country has seen an unprecedented increase in the number of rural tourism sites in the past year.

In March 2017, the number was 1,000.

Now, the numbers have climbed to almost 4,000 sites.

That’s an increase of about 2,500 sites per day, according to a post by the countrys tourism development office (TRO).

This means that in the last six months, there has been an average of nearly 3,000 rural tourism projects completed.

This is a dramatic jump, but the pace of growth has slowed as the government has taken steps to curb the rural development industry, which is the source of much of the country s tourism industry.

“While there is still a lot more to do, the pace is still rising.

We have been working on this for many years and are very hopeful that the next phase will be one of rapid growth,” said Carlos D’Argenio, the TRO.

But while the government is taking a proactive approach to tackle the rural tourist industry, there is also an underlying sense of caution.

As a country with more than 8 million people, the country is experiencing a significant amount of growth in the rural sector.

In the first six months of 2017, for instance, the government launched a $1.2 billion rural development program, which included a total of 5,000 projects.

But that is a tiny fraction of the number that will be completed in the next six months.

It is expected that over the next five years, the average number of projects completed in rural areas will continue to increase.

The TRO also noted that a large part of the funding received from the government for rural development projects was not used to expand the rural areas, but instead for infrastructure projects in urban areas.

It’s a stark contrast to what the government promised in the countryʼs first Tourism Promotion Law, which has been a model for a long time.

According to the TRo, there have been a total 26 projects that have been funded by the government and received $1 million or more, which represent a 30% increase over the number funded in 2016.

It also noted the impact that this has had on the industry.

The average number that has been completed so far is still in the range of 1,500 to 2,000, which means that the country needs to be doing a lot to ensure that we donʼt lose these rural sites to development, said Carlos.

The government should also be aware of the growing demand in the market for tourism, according Carlos.

“There are many more people coming to visit the country, and as the population grows and urbanization increases, more people are going to want to stay and experience the country,” he said.

The rise of the rural market In order to ensure the sustainable growth of the tourism industry and to reduce the need for a large amount of infrastructure projects, the trasnference office is also working on an “urban development strategy” that aims to ensure sustainable development of the industry, according the TROs report.

This involves creating new opportunities and new ways to attract people to the country.

It includes an emphasis on creating tourism destinations that are open to everyone, according TOO.

The countrys top tourist destination, Bocas del Toro, is among the first to be designated as a sustainable tourism destination, according an official from the countryÙs tourism authority, as are the two towns of La Paz and Choco.

These places are located in the mountains of the Sinaloa province.

They are also close to the tourist hub of Monterrey, which, according a recent poll by Mexico City, is the most popular destination in the world for international tourists.

This could also help the tranference office in developing the next generation of rural tourists.

As the industry becomes more established, it can be expected to become even more popular, and will only grow, the report said.