Brazil's government plans to invest in Bolivia's petrochemical plants, with the main goal of creating a stable fertilizer market, according to Bolivia's energy minister.
Franklin Molina Ortiz said the countries will work together on specific projects. These plans come from high-level talks about how to pay for the investments.
The talks followed earlier meetings with Brazilian leaders.
Brazil has a large economy with high demand for fertilizers. This makes Bolivia an attractive partner.
Ortiz highlighted Mato Grosso, a border region, as a key area connected to an export gas line.
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