Fitch says that Bolivia will not be able to maintain the fixed exchange rate with the US dollar

Bolivia will not be able to support a fixed exchange rate in the context of commodity dependence. Fitch downgraded Bolivia in November to B+, citing the central bank's declining reserves and political turmoil. It added that Bolivia has sustained its currency by burning international reserves at an unsustainable pace. Since 2014 they have fallen to less than $8 billion, Bolivian dollar bonds due in 2028 have reduced their yield to 4.94%.