Bolivia, or with its official name Multinational State of Bolivia, is a South American country. Bolivia, which is one of the two non-coastal countries of Paraguay in South America, is known for its political turmoil over the last 200 years. . The name of the country was Bolivia because of Simon Bolivar's contribution to his independence. Capitals; Sucre and La Paz. Neighbors; Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru and Paraguay.
The Economy of Bolivia
Bolivia's Telephone Code: +591
Bolivian Currency: Bolivian Boliviano
Cities of Bolivia : La Paz, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz, Potosi, Sucre…
The Bolivian economy is based on mining. For a long time the Spaniards have moved important mines such as silver, tin and copper to their hometowns. Currently, Bolivia is among the richest mineral-rich countries.
Bolivia's Export Products
Although two thirds of the population work in agriculture, the country imports an important part of the food need. Potato, barley, breakfast cereal, which is a cereal, are the main products growing in high places. Chickpeas, wheat, maize, are grown in the region of Altiplano. Corn, wheat, green vegetables and fruits are produced in Yungos region.
Its main products are refined oil, unprocessed sugar and horse meat. Shipbuilding, furniture, textile products are limited. In recent years, we have focused on the construction of factories for operating mines.
Petroleum Gas, Zinc Ore, Gold, Soybean Meal and Precious Metal Ore.
Bolivia's Import Products
Automobiles, Delivery Trucks, Refined Oil, Buses and Raw Iron Bars.
Bolivia's Export Countries
Brazil, the United States, Argentina, Colombia and China.
Bolivia's Import Countries
China, Brazil, Chile, the United States and Argentina.
Living Nations in Bolivia
Bolivia 68% Mestizo (white-indigenous hybrid), 20% native, 5% white, 2% cholo, 1% black, 4% other peoples.
Languages spoken in Bolivia
According to the 2009 constitution, there are 37 official languages used by Spanish and 36 different local groups.