Bolivia calls end of bear market

Bolivian authorities have forecast an increase in revenue from the country’s crude-linked gas exports in Q3 2016
By Chris Noon 15 August 2016

Bolivian authorities claim the worst of the oil price rout is over and have said the price of the country’s crude-linked gas exports to Argentina and Brazil is set to rise.

Bolivian Vice President Alvaro García Linera said last week that there would be an increase in revenue from gas sales to Brazil and Argentina in Q3 2016 as the new price of oil is reflected in export prices for September and October. He forecast "much greater economic...

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