RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In 2022, Bolivia will have economic reactivation after the Covid-19 pandemic among its main challenges, with the agricultural and industrial sector playing a key role, as well as improving the gas business.
The government has established a budget for 2022 of over US$5 billion for the post-pandemic economic recovery to be allocated to the productive sector (42.5%), public infrastructure (29.9%), the social area (17.2%) and other sectors (10.5%).
The government's economic projections estimate that the country will post 5.1% growth, 3.4% inflation and an . . .
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