El Deber reports:
Private pose an analysis of investments to the Government
Business leaders of the country, insist to outline a strategic policy with the government. To this end, from yesterday [06/22/2016] until Friday, the private sector will make a diagnosis of foreign and domestic investment, productivity, procedures, markets and tourism with the aim of raising a consensus document to the authorities.
The central issue to be addressed with the Government will focus on foreign direct investment and incentives to develop from June 27 to July 1 in La Paz, according to the Confederation of Private Businessmen of Bolivia.
In this regard, the president of the Mining Chamber of the East, Mario Felery, summed up the axis of the dialogue table with the ministers of the economic area, will be the topics of foreign direct investment and incentives and domestic investment, this because sectors of oil and mining are passing through its worst.
“Mining is broken, nationalized mining is on the verge of closing and a new relocation. No investments. The two main sources of income are disappearing because the country has not been done exploration and prospecting,” Felery warned Felery.
Exporters await the start of the dialogue table. / HHG