The IMF board approved Bolivia’s request for emergency financial assistance of approximately USD 327 million in April. It had an interest rate of 1 per cent, plus SDR rate, 0.5 per cent service fee, a five-year term with just over three years’ grace period. The government, through the BCB, decided to repay this disbursement with an additional expenditure of US$24.3 million. The BCB, in a report on external public debt, reveals that the interest rate per creditor as of 31 December 2019 reached an overall weighted average of 3.1%.
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