In the years 2012, 2013 and 2017, the Government of Evo Morales placed sovereign bonds in the international capital markets, and with these, it executed more than 80 road infrastructure projects. In 2017, Bolivia paid 4.5% interest on this financing. Investors are from the United States (56%), Europe (39%), and Latin America (5%). The 2017 bonds allowed an inflow of $1 billion of free availability, which would allow financing the construction of 11 hospitals: four fourth level and seven third level. Bolivia shall pay the debt in 10 years.
Source: El Deber