El Diario reports:
International reserves with the downward trend
Net international reserves remain on a downward trend, according to a report of the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB) which reveals that on November 20, it has been reached $13,710 million dollars, to October was in $13.967 million dollars, still it differs $257 million.
Another adverse indicator, which shows a difficult situation for the economy, is the execution of public investment, which would have come to a little more than 50 percent in October.
The economists Alberto Bonadona and José Gabriel argued that the national economy does not go through a good moment, so they are warning about the debt that is projected by the Government and the decrease of net international reserves (NIR).