Economy

The government estimates there are still opportunities for gas exports to Brazil and Argentina 

Although Argentina and Brazil expressed their intention of buying less volume of gas, the Bolivian government believes that there are opportunities. In the case of Brazil, the Hydrocarbon Minister, Luis Alberto Sanchez, said that the new conditions of the Brazilian market offer the chance to negotiate with private companies with the prospect of better prices.  Gas exports to Brazil and Argentina reduce 16.7% since 2014. The government recognises that the development of new camp fields in these countries means strong competition, but it is confident in Bolivia’s competitiveness. However, Bolivia’s local governments and economic experts warned that the decrease in shipments would impact revenues, and they urged more investment in the sector.

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