After a decade of prosperity and prudent policies, the accumulation of macroeconomic buffers has allowed Bolivia to cushion the effects of a less favorable external context, which poses new challenges.
Thanks to high commodity prices and a prudent macroeconomic policy, economic growth in Bolivia averaged 4.9 percent between 2004 and 2014. The favorable economic context led to a reduction in moderate poverty, from 59 percent in 2005 to 39 percent in 2014, while the Gini Index fell from 0.60 to 0.47 in the same period.
Due to a less favorable international context, GDP growth decreased from a h...
The objective is to enhance Bolivia's national road sector management and improve the condition of the country's primary paved road network.
Country Director for Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela.
Country Manager of the Bolivia Country Office
Operations Manager for Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela