Automotive market in Bolivia moves over $1 bn a year.

Each year vehicle imports in Bolivia exceed $1 billion. Based on information from the Single Registry for the Municipal Tax Administration (RUAT), in 2018 the vehicle fleet + reached 1,910,127 vehicles, 6.1% higher than that registered in 2017. The 92.8% of the vehicle fleet registered as Private Vehicles, 5.5% as Public Vehicles and 1.8% as Official Vehicles. The central axis (Santa Cruz, La Paz and Cochabamba) concentrated 78.91% of the total vehicle fleet. Vehicle smuggling generates tax evasion of approximately $200 million. The entry of contraband through the Free Zone of Iquique (ZOFRI) reaches $749 million for Bolivia, 31% corresponds to the automotive sector. 

San Borja-San Ignacio de Moxos road costs $245 mn

The work on the San Borja-San Ignacio de Moxos road in the department of Beni is 56% complete. The work of 139.6 kilometres and an investment of $ 245 million is in charge of the Chinese company CCCC, under the supervision of the Accidental Association INYPSA-DEYOB and the supervision of the Accidental Association Moxos Routes. More than 40 kilometres already have asphalt, 49.5 kilometres have sub-base layer, and the remaining 50 kilometres are at the level of the embankment.