MundoAndino Home : Andes Bolivia Guide at Mundo Andino

Foreign aid to Bolivia

In 1998 the World Bank and International Monetary Fund awarded Bolivia a debt relief package worth US$760 million [*]. Bolivia has also received relief under the World Banks Heavily Indebted Poor Countries program, which, if Bolivia meets all checkpoints, will total US$1.2 billion by 2011 [*]. In 2004, the United States designated more than US$150 million for assistance to Bolivia [*].

Under President Evo Morales, Spain has agreed to forgive $120 million (99 million Euro) in Bolivian debt on the condition that the money go towards developing educational programs. [*]. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez may also buy up Bolivia's foreign debt to institutions such as the World Bank and IMF.

Didn't find what you were looking for.
Need more information for your travel research or homework?
Ask your questions at the forum about Economy of Bolivia or help others to find answers.

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article Foreign aid to Bolivia

Disclaimer - Privacy Policy - 2009