Bolivia is the country with more low productivity employment in Latin America, according to a study. According to the Inaset Foundation, low productivity employment is over 60% with a negative impact on incomes and the country’s development.
The slowdown of the world’s leading economies will increase the uncertainty in Latin America, warned the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). According to the organisation, the slowdown in China, the US and Europe will impact negatively in the region which can expect a growth of only 1.7%.
Bolivian producers expect to export meat to the Russian and Chinese market by mid-year. A Russian delegation will visit Bolivia this month to inspect the refrigerating plants enabled to export meat and to review the sanitary protocol that should be agreed between Russia and Bolivia.