Economy

The Bolivian Central Bank’s international reserves are down to US$8.5 billion, the lowest in 9 years

The head of the BCB, Pablo Ramos announced that international reserves would reach US$9 billion at year-end 2018, up from the current US$8.5 billion reported in mid-November. The Minister for the Economia had previously showed numbers indicating that reserves stood at US$10.3 billion at year-end 2017.

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Source: El Diario

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