International reserves fell 42% since 2014

Bolivia’s international reserves reduced 42% since 2014, from $US15,478 million to $US8,946 million, according to the Bolivian Central Bank (BCB). Although the sharp fall, President Evo Morales insisted that the international reserves are still the highest in South America as a percentage of the Gross National Product (GNP). They represent 21.4% of Bolivia’s GNP, against 21.2% in Peru and 17.8% in Brazil.

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Source: Los Tiempos