International reserves increase by $600 million due to gold prices

According to the report of the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB), the value of the Net International Reserves (NIR) in March of this year was $6.09 billion to increase in five months to $6.68 billion, an increase of a little more than $600 million. This improvement is directly related to the international price of gold, which is around $2,000 per troy ounce and has a favourable impact on the country’s reserves.

Source: El Deber