RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The government of President Luis Arce presented on Thursday its general budget for 2022, whose goals contemplate a growth of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of 5.1 percent.
At a press conference, the Minister of Economic and Public Finance, Marcelo Montenegro, indicated that the General State Budget (PGE) 2022 also provides a 25 percent increase in public investment for next year.
The Bolivian official indicated that economic growth of 4.1 percent is expected to be achieved this year, which is about to conclude.
Montenegro added that by 2022 it is expected to reach an . . .