As the Colombian tourist industry continues to take off, the tourism lobby is growing in size.
But as the economy improves, some experts warn that the country may need to tighten the screws on tourism.
Here’s a look at the big players in the industry.
HospitalityBusinesses such as hotels, restaurants and clubs have been in business in Colombia for centuries, but the country has experienced a boom in the last 10 years or so, as a combination of the economic recession and the emergence of new services such as Airbnb have made them attractive to foreign travelers.
HospitalsIn Colombia, more than 20,000 hospitals have been built or expanded since the start of the century.
The most famous hospital in the country, the Carlos III hospital in Bogota, opened in 2015.
But even as it attracts more visitors, Colombia has also faced a decline in demand due to an increased focus on social and political factors.
According to the country’s National Statistics Agency, the number of registered patients in hospitals dropped by 9.5 percent between 2015 and 2017, from 3.6 million to 3.1 million.
The country’s economy, meanwhile, contracted by 8.9 percent between 2017 and 2018, from $19.2 billion to $18.2 trillion.
As part of its efforts to boost tourism, the government is planning to create three new hospitals in the next year.
According to the Colombian government, the new hospitals will be located in Medellin, Centro del Centro, and Barranquilla, each of which will have two hospitals.
The third new hospital is scheduled to open in 2018, according to the National Statistics Office.
Colombia has also been experiencing an increase in domestic tourism.
In 2017, the country had 1.3 million visitors, according the National Tourism Institute, a government-affiliated research organization.
That number has increased to 3 million last year, and it is projected to grow to 4 million by 2021.
Colombia is also expanding its tourism industry, including new tourism centers, new hotels, and a new cruise ship company.
The government is also promoting its tourism-focused tourism campaigns in the name of improving the economy.
Tourism Minister Ana Guirguida, who is also the countrys ambassador to Brazil, has said that tourism in Colombia is a way of life for most Colombians.
In the United States, there are numerous companies offering luxury hotels and resorts.
But many of them are run by the private sector, with many of their employees not native to the United State.
For example, Marriott International in Charlotte, North Carolina, has more than 8,000 employees in Colombia, and has more recently expanded to Panama.
Hotels are also increasingly used to provide services to tourists.
One example is that a popular hotel in Colombia that offers a hostel service in Colombia has opened a separate service that provides free Wi-Fi and cell phones to guests, according in the Colombian Tourism Ministry.
The U.S. Embassy in Bogotá, Colombia, said in a statement to Business Insider that Colombia has made great strides in promoting tourism, particularly among foreign visitors.
“But as Colombia continues to grow, we are concerned about the economic impact tourism has on Colombia and the health care system in Colombia,” the statement read.
“We urge the government of Colombia to address the challenges and challenges that tourism poses for its people and the economy.”
Colombian tourism is growing, but many critics say it is at risk of being driven away by the rise of foreign companies.
According the Colombia Tourism Association, there is growing concern that the industry is being driven by an increase of foreign businesses.
In Colombia’s case, the concern stems from the country s growing number of foreign nationals, according The Economist.
Colombia’s foreign-born population grew by 17 percent between 2014 and 2018.
It was the most recent year with a higher growth rate than in 2016, according data from the Colombian Statistics Authority.
The countrys immigration system, which has been criticised for creating a legal loophole that allows people to stay in the U.K., for example, has also led to a boom for Colombia’s tourism industry.
According the Colombia-based think tank, the International Centre for the Study of Migration, foreign workers in Colombia are employed at more than 2,300 businesses, and most of them have more than one employee.
The Colombian tourism industry is a key source of income for many of these businesses, according John Gresham, a professor at the University of Nottingham who specializes in tourism.
Gresham told Business Insider the industry could face some challenges if the economy grows faster than expected.
He said it is important to keep an eye on the growth rate, as that could be a good indicator of the impact foreign tourism will have on the Colombian economy.