Cartagena Colombia resorts are struggling.
The industry has been a staple in the region since the 1960s and has since been expanding rapidly, becoming the second-largest tourist destination after the city of Bogota.
But these days, the resorts are under pressure from a variety of reasons, including rising costs and a weakening peso.
Cartagena and Bogota have the highest number of resorts in the world.
But as they are both among the most expensive tourist destinations in the Philippines, they are struggling to maintain their popularity.
The first resort in Cartagna was built in 1882, but it was sold in 1965, and the first new resort opened in the city in 1990.
Despite a recent boom in tourist numbers, the industry has seen its share of revenue decline steadily over the past two decades.
In 2014, Cartagnes resort revenue was $1.8 billion.
That fell to $946 million in 2017, and to $876 million in 2018, according to the Ministry of Tourism.
In 2019, the Philippines government cut spending in tourism and other public services to cope with a severe downturn in the tourism sector.
With this downturn, many resorts have lost a chunk of their revenue, but they are still seeing a bump in revenues.
As a result, the companies that operate the resorts have started looking for new ways to diversify their revenue streams.
But the government is not allowing them to do so.
In a December 30, 2017, ruling party-led government statement, the government said it would allow foreign companies to operate Cartagnos resorts.
However, the rule was limited to foreign entities that have already been operating the resorts for at least 10 years.
The ruling party said the rule only applies to new foreign companies that have the necessary financial backing.
Since the ruling party is the main opposition party, the ruling government has had a difficult time implementing the ruling.
Its policies on foreign investment have not changed, and there is still no plan to change the rule to allow foreign investors to operate the countrys resorts.
Many foreign companies have already set up shop in Cartags resorts, but have yet to begin operations, as the government has refused to allow them to set up their own facilities.
Instead, they have been using the facilities at Cartagno resort.
According to the government, foreign companies can operate Cartags resort for a maximum of 10 years, but that has not been the case in the past.
Foreign companies who want to set their own operations in Cartaga resort have to file a special application for a 10-year license from the Cartagnians Ministry of Culture.
This process is supposed to take place once every five years.
A few months ago, the Ministry did not approve foreign companies’ applications to operate.
But now, a new rule has been adopted that allows foreign companies who already have the appropriate financial backing to operate their facilities.
The rule allows foreign firms to set a 10 year lease, and allow foreign governments to rent out the facilities.
According to the ruling Party, foreign investment will not be allowed for at the expense of local businesses.
While the ruling parties government has been working on this rule change, the resort industry is still struggling to survive.
On Tuesday, the Philippine government announced it will be closing the two remaining resorts.
The resort operators have been fighting for their life for the past few years.
They have been forced to close because of rising hotel occupancy rates, and because of the increasing cost of electricity and water.
They are facing a lot of problems.
For the past several years, there have been many complaints from residents and travelers about the lack of security, pollution and the lack in the food.
Residents and travelers are also concerned about the rising cost of food and other items, which are not covered by the government’s subsidized food scheme.
They want to know what is going on with the health, safety and security of their residents.