Bolivia starts 2020 with a $16 mn trade surplus

Compared to the same period in 2019, exports increased by 10% to a value of $70 million, while imports fell by 15% to $134 million in January 2019. The most significant bilateral trade surplus was with India, worth $81 million; while the most massive bilateral trade deficit was with China, worth $135 million. The main markets for Bolivian exports were Brazil, India and Argentina. The leading suppliers were China, Brazil and Peru.

Source: IBCE