Bolivian government plunges into a risky economic crisis

The data provided by official agencies are raising alarm bells in several sectors of the economy. To this is added the fight against drug trafficking.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia has just become a net importer of fuels after thirty years of being a net exporter of natural gas to Argentina and Brazil.

According to the Institute of Statistics, gas exports to these countries between January and April produced US$910 million, while gasoline and diesel imports cost US$985 million.

It has caused Bolivia to have to reduce the volumes of gas it must send to Brazil, and it opted to send those . . .

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