Until November this year, Bolivia’s external debt reached $US9.8 billion or 24% of the GDP. The president of the Bolivian Central Bank, Pablo Ramos, insisted that the government has still room for manoeuvre. The current debt is one of the highest in the last ten years and has increased by more than $US2 billion since December 2017, when it reached $US7.26 billion. The debt is also higher than the current International Reserves, which by the end of October were in $US8.5 billion.
Source: El Diario