Macroeconomy/Finance

Bolivia’s Net International Reserves (RIN) continue to fall

The level of Bolivia’s Net International Reserves (RIN) continues to decline and reaches six months of imports. Data from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank in 2018 reveal the following for the region: Brazil is the country with the most RIN, with reserves enough for 13.6 months of imports. Follow Peru (11.1), Uruguay (10.3), Bolivia (7.8), Colombia (7.1), Argentina (7.1), Paraguay (6), Chile (4.5), Ecuador (0.9) and Venezuela, which has no information available. Bolivia’s RIN continued to fall last year to $ 6,468 million (about six months of imports), according to a report by the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB).

Source: La Razón