Urea plant loses $257 million in one year and removes 84% of workers

Built in 2017 to impact agriculture with the production of fertilizers, it began its operations questioned for generating economic losses to the State. The Bulo Bulo Urea and Ammonia Plant in the Cochabamba Tropics, the largest petrochemical complex in the country, has been paralyzed since November 2019. In one year it lost 257 million dollars and withdrew 84% of its workers.

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