Costa Rica has been on a roll since it opened its borders to the world last month, with its economy booming as foreign tourists flocked to the nation.
The country has seen a surge in tourism since the opening of the border in September, when the country’s economy reached $1 billion.
Costa Rica is a popular destination for international travelers, with more than 10 million foreigners visiting in 2015.
The nation’s capital of Managua, known as La Palma, has seen nearly $500 million in gold sales, making it the world’s fourth-largest gold producer.
Gold sales have been a strong driver of Costa Rica’s economic growth in recent years, and in October, the country said it had more than $1 million in the country for gold miners.
Now, the Costa Rican government is ramping up its efforts to bring in more gold miners to the country.
In the past, the government has been keen to increase its mining industry, but this year it is looking to tap into a much larger pool of gold miners, said Ricardo Rodriguez, director of the Gold Industry Research Center in Managuan, Costa Rica.
The government plans to buy up to 5,000 tonnes of gold ore each month for its mining operations.
This will allow the country to increase the amount of gold it has to mine, according to Rodriguez.
“It will be a good investment, and we are confident that it will be able to create more jobs,” Rodriguez said.
The Gold Council of Costa Ricans (GCRC), a group of Costa Rican gold miners and gold buyers, announced this week that it had invested in the mining company, called Gold Mining Corp., to build a new mine in the central country.
The company is working to build and operate a mine that will produce more than 100 tonnes of precious metal every day.
“The government has invested in Gold Mining for its long-term growth, as it continues to develop its mining sector and export opportunities,” said Roberto Salazar, chief executive of the GCRC.
“Gold Mining is the future of the country, and its investment will bring more jobs and wealth to our country,” Salazar added.
The Costa Rican mining industry has seen many problems since it was opened to the rest of the world in November.
Costa Rican mines have been shuttered since the government shut down the industry, and the country has faced massive protests against the closure of the mines.
The mining industry also has a long history of human rights violations, according a report from the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
The committee also found that many of the workers at the mines were subjected to abuse and unsafe working conditions, and that they had not been paid for working.
According to the U, a number of the government officials who are responsible for overseeing the mining industry are connected to the United States and the Dominican Republic.
The United States Department of Labor has investigated Gold Mining Inc. and has found that the company is violating labor laws in Costa Rica, including by not paying workers the minimum wage and not providing them with safe working conditions.
The companies own subsidiaries in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.
The Department of the Treasury also found in December that the government had failed to pay workers at Gold Mining Co. for unpaid overtime and overtime pay, and for missing wage reports.
The U.S. government has also said it was investigating the Costa Rica Mining Corporation, saying that the group failed to report all overtime work, and was not fully transparent about how it had paid its workers.
The department has also opened an investigation into the Costa Rico Mining Corporation’s business model.
The Government of Costa Rico (GCR) said in December it will begin an audit of Gold Mining Ltd.
to determine whether the company’s business models are complying with international standards.
The GCR is also looking into whether there has been adequate regulation in place to ensure that companies are following the rules and that companies have proper legal mechanisms to manage their affairs.
“We have to be able and willing to deal with all this because it is going to affect our economy,” Salaz said.
“There is a lot of potential here for growth, but we are still looking at it.”