Costa Rica is famous for its rice plants.
They produce around 1.5 million tonnes per year, but they are the most expensive in the world.
That’s because the country’s rice producers have been able to raise prices by about 70 per cent, according to the Costa Rican Agricultural Union.
It has led to the highest prices in the country, and is one of the most important reasons why the country has fallen behind in the global rice market.
But what’s really happening here is that rice farmers are buying the cheapest rice available.
The cheapest rice, according a new study, is rice grown in Costa Rican soil by farmers who sell it to retailers at a profit.
Costa rico is home to the world’s largest rice production and the country is considered to be the most fertile rice growing region in the Americas.
Rice is a staple food in Costa Ricans country and its producers produce around 800,000 tonnes of rice per year.
That means that a lot of the rice grown on the Costa Rica farm is bought from the farms of the wealthy, according the Costa Rican Agriculture Union.
That is because the farmers who own the land and are allowed to cultivate rice have been paying the farmers of the country the highest possible price for the rice they produce.
Costa Rican rice farmers have been getting a huge price increase.
This is due to the government of Costa Rica and its farming sector.
The government says the price increase has been driven by a rise in demand and a drop in supply.
The price increases have been driven in part by increased prices for rice, which has also become a staple in Costa Rico.
The Costa Rican government has tried to lower the prices it pays farmers by offering them higher wages, but farmers say that has not worked.
There are also concerns that the price increases are a result of government subsidies.
The farmers in Costa rico complain that they are being asked to pay more than their fair share of taxes.
Costa Rica is an agricultural nation with an agricultural sector that contributes to the countrys GDP and employs more than 6 million people.
The rice farmers say they are not being paid the same amount of money as the rest of the farmers in the region, and the government is not being fair to them.
This year, the Costa rica government has announced it will increase the price of rice by up to 50 per cent.
This means that the average price of a kilo of rice in Costa Rica will increase by around 10 per cent in the next three years.
The average price is estimated at about R$2.80 per kilo.
But the farmers say their prices are already too high.
They are also worried about the effects the government will have on the farmers and the economy.
According to the farmers, they are losing their livelihood.
Costa ricos rice producers say they have been making more rice per kilogram of rice than the rest.
They say the government has been cutting subsidies to farmers in an attempt to reduce the price.
But they are also losing their jobs because the government subsidises the farmers to the tune of R$1.4 billion ($1.3 million) per year through a special levy on rice.
So the rice farmers said that they will be forced to work even harder to make up for the difference.