ANF reports in Pagina Siete:
Bolivia goes from exporter to importer of wood
The data show that from January to May this year, the timber trade was in deficit to the country for a million dollars, according to the Bolivian Institute of Foreign Trade (IBCE) based on data from the INE.
During 2014, exports of wood and articles were destined to 44 countries, most notably the United States worth $20 million, followed by China $9 million) and Brazil ($6 million).
While imports of timber and manufacturing had as origin 49 countries, mainly from Brazil worth $40 million; followed by China ($13 million) and Argentina ($7 million).
Between 2005-2014 a positive trade balance of $579 million were reported during that period, according to the report.
Bolivia used to be have the most certified natural forest in the world, our wood was sent worldwide and in a sustainable manner! … now it is no longer the case… so, it is crystal clear about the “accomplishments” of the ruling ochlocracy!