RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivian exports reached US$1.8 billion in February 2022, a figure higher by US$338 million (22.4%) than that recorded in the similar period of 2021, when they totaled US$1.5 billion, Bolivia's National Institute of Statistics (INE) reported.
This behavior, they explain, is given by the favorable variations recorded by the economic activities of agriculture, livestock, hunting, forestry, and fishing with 5.8%; extraction of hydrocarbons, 27.3%; extraction of minerals, 10.9% and manufacturing industry with 27.7%.
The main products that increased agricultural exports were Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed? Login Here