Macroeconomy/Finance

The country’s foreign debt until February reached $11.26 billion

Up to February 29th of this year, the balance of the medium and long term public external debt reached, according to data from the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB), $11.26 billion. Of this amount, $7.49 billion correspond to resources that were granted by multilateral organizations, especially the IDB with a total of $3.36 billion. The IMF gave $327 million for the emergency. To the CAF-Latin American Development Bank, the country owes $2.6 billion and $933.2 million to the World Bank.

Source: El Deber