RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to the Bolivian Head of State, the decisions of the Jeanine Áñez interim government and the Covid-19 pandemic caused significant economic and social impacts.
"The shift in economic policy towards the return of neoliberalism caused a break in the trajectory of sustained growth in the country, which, coupled with poor policies and alien to the national reality, led to an economic crisis," the president said Monday during his first-year term report.
According to the president, the strict quarantine imposed by Covid-19 overshadowed the economic inability under which the country's economy was . . .