Japan’s donations, loans and investment to Bolivia reached to $2.5bn

The following projects are currently implementing: Forest Preservation Program, $10.9 million donations. Okinawa Colony Road Improvement, $38.6 million - donation; Preventive Disaster Measures in the Fundamental Road Network, $15.8 million - grant; Construction Laguna Colorada Geothermal Plant: $637.4 million - loan. Delivery of medical equipment for third-tier hospitals: $4.54 million - donation; Japanese private investment in Bolivia: Minera San Cristobal, by Sumitomo Corporation $1.8 billion. Bolivia is the largest exporter of zinc and the second-largest exporter of lead for Japan.

Bolivia’s President says economy is estimated to grow between 3% and 3.8%

The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) and the World Bank (WB) estimate that Bolivia's economic growth in 2020 will be 3%, while the International Monetary Fund (IMF) projects to be 3.8%. The stability of the dollar exchange rate is guaranteed, as Net International Reserves (RIN) reached $6,468 million in 2019, representing 16% of the value of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).