Between January and July, Bolivia’s foreign sales totalled $3.713 billion, 26% less than the same period in 2019. In terms of volume, exports fell by 6%. The textile apparel sector was the most affected, with a 71% drop in value and 70% in volume. Other affected items were minerals with a decline in sales of 38%, leather in 36%, jewellery in 27%, and chestnuts in 25%.
Source: Los Tiempos