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Bolivia maintains controlled inflation and expects to close 2022 with an index within the projected

Bolivia maintained controlled inflation between January and November 2022 and one of the lowest in the South American region, registering 3% in this macroeconomic...

Bolivia: Half of the indigenous peoples are threatened with extinction

The Bolivian government has warned that 18 of the country's 36 recognized tribal peoples are in a critically vulnerable situation and at risk of...

Bolivia’s trade surplus to October this year 46% less than in 2021

Bolivia's trade balance up to October 2022 totaled US$825 million, 46 percent less than the surplus recorded in the same period of 2021, the...

Bolivia controls 95% of forest fires with the help of rain

Forest fires in Bolivia were 95% controlled by firefighters and the military, with the support of the rains, reported the Vice Minister of Civil...

Bolivia: Luis Arce enacts a law to carry out the census in March 2024

"Life is the supreme value and while I am president I will do everything in my power, without compromising my principles, so that the...

Bolivia: Morales could face trial for the erratic foreign policy of his presidency

By Mauricio Rios Garcia Bolivia's international politics since Evo Morales assumed the country's highest office in 2006 until today, has never had anything to brag...

Bolivia doubles value for lithium sales so far in 2022

The president of Bolivia, Luis Arce Catacora, stressed this Wednesday that the company Bolivian Lithium Deposits (YLB) generated so far in 2022 earnings higher...

The UN indicated that coca leaf crops in Bolivia increased by 4% in 2021

Coca leaf crops in Bolivia increased by 4% in 2021, going from 29,400 hectares in 2020 to 30,500 hectares last year, the United Nations...

The Bolivian Senate gives the green light to the census law

The Bolivian Senate has given the 'green light' this Tuesday, after four hours of debate, to the population census law after having the approval...

Opinion: Bolivia faces far-reaching political changes

By Eduardo Rada   The uncertainty and lack of strategic decisions of the main drivers of the "Democratic and Cultural Revolution" in Bolivia; the various meetings...

Opinion: Is Bolivia a failed state?

By Humberto Vacaflor Ganam Laws are not respected or complied with in the country, nor is there a separation of powers. Bolivia is experiencing one of...

Opinion: After almost a month of strike, Santa Cruz proposes to review its relationship with the Bolivian State

By Mauricio Rios Garcia Santa Cruz begins this Friday the 27th day of civil strike. Fact that in itself already translates into a protest measure...

Justice extends for fifth time preventive detention of Bolivia’s former interim president Jeanine Áñez

The Bolivian Justice decided this Wednesday for the fifth time to extend for three months the preventive detention of the former interim president of...

Bolivia: La Paz has guaranteed water for only 3 months due to lack of rain

The city of La Paz, seat of the Bolivian Government, has drinking water for three more months, in case the lack of rain persists...

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