Bolivia: Energy Plan Not Too Concerning

April 2006
Emerging Markets Monitor;4/3/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p16
Country Report
Country Report
Focuses on the energy plan of Bolivia. Reason for the decision of the government not to renew its International Monetary Fund agreement; Economic growth in 2005; Value of the currency as of 2006.


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