Bolivian imports fall by 34% due to Covid-19

Between January and July, Bolivia’s imports fell by 34% compared to the same period in 2019, due to the impact of Covid-19 and the restrictions imposed by all the countries in the world. Purchases from China, the country that supplies most to Bolivia, fell by 31 percent. IBCE’s technical manager, María Esther Peña, explained that the country’s imports fell due to the restrictions and closing of the borders that the countries applied to stop the pandemic.

Source: Los Tiempos