INVEST IN BOLIVIA. FOREIGN INVESTMENTS TO BOLIVIA
INVEST IN BOLIVIA. Advantages of investing. Investment law. Investment sectors. Legal frameworks for investment. Types of companies. Free trade and industrial zones.
STATISTICS OF BOLIVIA. Foreign direct investments, by type. Foreign direct investments, by economic activity. Public investment. Index of employment. Average monthly income. Income per capita. Cement production Gross domestic product. Growth of gross domestic product. Foreign trade balance. Financial indicators of the banking system. Loans issued by the national and foreign banks, by economic activities. Indicators of the public sector. Index of physical volume of manufacturing. Price index. Amount of hydrocarbon extraction. Gross and net production of natural gas. Production of gas natural and oil by department. Volume of domestic and export sales of natural gas. Reserves of oil and natural gas. Quantity of minerals extraction.
AGREEMENT BETWEEN BOLIVIA AND MERCOSUR (Spanish language). MERCOSUR is an economic and political agreement among Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Mercosur was founded in 1991 by the Treaty of Asunción and updated in 1994 by the Treaty of Ouro Preto. Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru currently have associate member status. Mexico and New Zealand qualify as official observers. Its purpose is to promote free trade and the fluid movement of goods, people, and currency. The official languages are Guaraní, Portuguese and Spanish. It has been updated, amended, and changed many times since. It is now a full customs union. Mercosur and the Andean Community of Nations are customs unions that are components of a continuing process of South American integration connected to the Union of South American Nations.
AGREEMENT BETWEEN BOLIVIA AND ANDEAN COMMUNITY (Spanish language). The Andean Community is a regional organization of four countries (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru) that have a common goal - to achieve an integral development, more balanced and independent, by Andean integrating, South American and Latin American. The Andean integration process began with the signing of the Cartagena Agreement on May 26, 1969. The Andean Community has 101 million inhabitants living in an area of 3,798,000 km2. The Andean Community members are Bolivia (1969), Colombia (1969), Ecuador (1969) and Peru (1969). The associated countries with the Andean Community are Argentina (2005), Brazil (2005), Chile (Chile left the Cartagena Agreement in 1976, and returned as an associate member of the Andean Community in 2006.), Paraguay (2005) and Uruguay (2005). The observer countries are Mexico, Panama, Spain and Western Sahara. Venezuela joined to Andean Community in 1973 and retired in 2006 as a protest to future FTA (Free Trade Agreement) to be signed by Colombia and Peru with the United States.
PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT FOR EXPORTS TO THE UNITED STATE OF AMERICA OF GOODS PRODUCED IN BOLIVIA. Achiote, Alliaceous vegetables, Almonds, Antimony and articles thereof, including waste and scrap, Antimony ores and concentrates, Antimony oxides, Arsenic pentoxide, Arsenic, Articles of aluminum, Articles of copper, Bananas, Barley, Bay leaves, Beans, Bed linen.
AGRARIAN REFORM LAW OF BOLIVIA. New law of land in Bolivia. This law aims to establish the organizational structure and responsibilities of the National Service of Agrarian Reform and the land distribution scheme. Guarantee the right owner.
BANKING LAW OF BOLIVIA (Spanish language). The financial intermediation and auxiliary financial services in Bolivia are subject to the scope of this Law, in order to forewarn the national financial order and promote a sound financial system, reliable and competitive.
COMMERCIAL CODE OF BOLIVIA (Spanish language). The Commercial Code regulates the legal relations arising from the business in Bolivia.
LAW ON THE USE OF FOREST RESOURCES OF BOLIVIA (Spanish language). Forestry Law of Bolivia aims to regulate the sustainable use and protection of forests and forestlands for the benefit of present and future generations, harmonizing the social, economic and ecological development of Bolivia.
LAW OF GAMES IN BOLIVIA. The present Law is to establish basic law lottery games and games of chance. Allowed games in Bolivia. Gaming machines. All machine mechanical, electronic, electromechanical, electrical or running any other operating mode, which changes the amount bet on one play, allowing the eventual gain a prize or contemplates.
MINING CODE OF BOLIVIA (Spanish language). Domain of mineral substances, concession and mining rights. Prospecting, exploration and exploitation of minerals. Concentrating, smelting, refining and marketing of minerals and metals.