The Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB) has made the "BCB Navideño" voucher available to the public, and the population will be able to purchase it until 28 January 2021. It has an annual interest rate of 4.5% with a maximum term of 119 days, i.e. four months. Each BCB Navideño bond has a nominal value of 1,000 bolivianos ($143) and the maximum purchase limit per client is 30 bonds, equivalent to 30,000 bolivianos ($4,304)
With a public investment of US$ 4.1 billion, as stated in the General State Budget (GSB) 2021, the government plans to inject these resources for economic recovery. 34.9% will allocate to the productive sector, such as hydrocarbons, energy and agriculture
The company Cimercado SRL is building a housing and business complex composed of flat towers, office towers and a shopping centre, in the construction of which they will invest $33 million. The projects will generate 400 direct jobs and 1,200 indirect jobs. After completion, they will employ 800 people.
In November of this year, mergers and acquisitions, between announced and closed, added up to $8.04 billion, according to the latest Transactional Track Record report published by America Economia. Between January and November 2020, there have been 2,035 mergers and acquisitions, between announced and closed, for an amount of $61.76 billion. It implies a decrease of 14.03% in the number of operations, and a reduction of 48.45% value, concerning November 2019.
The country's municipalities face a financial gap of 2 billion bolivianos ($286.9 mn) due to the drop in tax co-participation transfers until October, and for next year they are set to see a similar reduction in revenue in the General State Budget (PGE).