Bolivia’s international reserves recovered in the last week to reach $8.4 billion, according to the Economy Ministry. At the beginning of April, the international reserves were $7.9 billion. The Economy Ministry explained that behave of the international reserves depend on different variables such as trade balance or the net capital flow. The government expects a $1.2 billion reduction of the international reserves for 2019 due to the “heavy investments” that will take place in the country.
Source: El Deber