CNI warns that 50% of companies will generate illiquidity after 27 days of shutdown

The National Chamber of Industries (CNI) warned on Tuesday that after 27 days of quarantine, 50% of the companies would enter a process of illiquidity and insolvency that will prevent them from fulfilling their obligations. The CNI proposed to the Government, the creation of an Industrial Productive Stability Fund, to a set of fiscal stimulus measures. Note that next Friday, April 3, will be 13 days of quarantine in Bolivia.

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