International Reserves in Bolivia
Bolivia - International ReservesPresident Evo Morales narrowly won a fourth presidential term in the 20 October general election which proved controversial amid widespread protests of alleged vote tampering. Morales won 47.1% of the vote, marginally clearing the 10-point margin he needed to avoid a second-round runoff against his closest rival, former president Carlos Mesa, who received 36.5%. Despite the victory, Morales’ party lost the two-thirds majority it has held in the Legislative Assembly since 2009, losing an absolute majority in the lower chamber while barely maintaining its majority in the upper house. Although this points to a bumpier legislative process ahead, economic policy is poised to remain largely unchanged. The election comes against a backdrop of moderating but still-healthy economic activity, with annual GDP growth coming in at 3.1% in the first half of the year, propped up by robust private consumption and public spending.
Bolivia - International Reserves Data
|International Reserves (USD)||12.5||13.2||11.4||8.3||8.2|
5 years of economic forecasts for more than 30 economic indicators.
Bolivia International Reserves Chart
Source: Bolivia Central Bank and FocusEconomics calculations.
|Exchange Rate||6.94||-0.14 %||Sep 04|
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