The BCB is the largest creditor of Bolivia’s domestic debt, with 54.6%

As of October this year, the internal debt of the General State Treasury (TGN) reached $9.322 billion; the main creditor is the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB) with 54.6% of the total, followed by the bonds of the Pension Fund Administrators (AFP), auctioned in the financial market, with 41.2%. The remaining 4.2% corresponds to AFP bonds.

Source: Los Tiempos