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Bolivia’s external debt reached US$ 10.2 billion

The Bolivian external debt reaches US$ 10,187 million. The Ministry of Economy explained that the debt represents 23.3% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), below the limits set by international organizations, such as the Andean Community (CAN). The largest creditor is IADB with 28.7%, followed by CAF with 23.8%, and investors in Sovereign Bonds with 19.6%. China is in fourth place with a share of 8, 9%,  followed by the World Bank with 8.5%.

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Source: Erbol

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