Bolivia achieves record trade surplus of US$1.58 billion through October

Bolivia's main exports are natural gas, gold, zinc, crude oil, and soybean meal. The most significant imports are motor vehicles: cars and trucks.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia recorded an accumulated trade surplus of US$1.58 billion as of October, the largest in seven years, President Luis Arce reported today.

"As of October 2021, our exports totaled US$9.01 billion and imports US$7.42 billion, leaving a trade surplus of US$1.58 billion, the highest in seven years," the leftist leader wrote on his Twitter account.

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