Reserves total of 5.58 bn at a rate of 15% of GDP

As of October 30, the Central Bank of Bolivia’s reserves totalled $5.58 billion, down from $6.47 billion as of December last year. The RIN/Gross Domestic Product (GDP) ratio of 15% allows for covering between six and seven months of imports of goods and services. However, these may continue to fall if export revenues continue to decline, if remittances do not improve, or if investment in deficit projects continues.

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