Bolivia has a wide variety of climates and a wide variety of natural resources, it constitutes one of the most biodiverse countries in the world. This country has important mineral resources, hydrocarbon resources, agricultural resources, fish resources, livestock, water resources and eolic resources among others.

Currently, there is a considerable amount of investment of financial resources in road infrastructure, which will improve the connection of the national territory with neighbor countries and will facilitate to travel from Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, making possible the transport of products and trade of goods and services.

With the opening of telecommunications market, Bolivia has made a significant step toward to modernize these services. The levels of investment in technology, human resources training and infrastructure has increase significantly, allowing access of this service to more population with more simultaneous transmission of data, audio-visual communication and Internet.

Bolivia is a member of the World Trade organization (WTO) and the Latin American Association of Integration (ALADI). Is a full member of the Andean Community (CAN) and has signed agreements with Mercosur, Chile, Mexico, Cuba, which make a market participant of more than 700 million people.

Bolivian products also perceive tariff benefits from countries of the European Union through the Generalized System of Preferences of the European Union (GSP). Similarly, it has unilateral preferences with the U.S. Canada, Japan and Switzerland.


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