boliviano


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the basic unit of money in Bolivia

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Members of the Takovo Mora community live in the south, near the rich gas and oil fields belonging to the state-owned Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales Bolivianos (YPFB), where million-dollar hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation projects are being developed but are presently on hold because of demands for compensation for anticipated environmental damages.
In Visiones plurales sobre el nuevo paradigma educativo boliviano, edited by CEBIAE/EED, 173-192.
Frank Sugranes is General Manager for GasOriente Boliviano Ltda.
Even as its largest airline, Lloyd Aero Boliviano, struggles to stay in the air, investors are at work on a two-plane discount air service to be called Ave, expected to launch in the coming months.
The Bolivian government has been attempting to prevent the closure of the nation's largest airline, Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB) as the carrier has undergone financial, labor, and operations crises, leading it to the verge of bankruptcy.
The workers are reportedly demanding that the carrier Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB) be nationalised.
A key component of the program is the supply, implementation and commissioning of a state-of-the-art integrity management software application providing complete data integration, collection and management capabilities to the two companies operating the pipeline: GasOriente Boliviano Ltda.
Published in 1985, his first book, Ayllu: El Altiplano Boliviano (with text by Yolanda Bedregal), is a portfolio of photographs of the country's high plateau.
Bolivia's Lloyd Aereo Boliviano is close to bankruptcy.
SUCH FACTORS INCLUDE, WITHOUT LIMITATION: FLUCTUATIONS IN SPOT AND FORWARD MARKETS FOR SILVER, GOLD, BASE METALS AND CERTAIN OTHER COMMODITIES (SUCH AS NATURAL GAS, FUEL OIL AND ELECTRICITY); FLUCTUATIONS IN CURRENCY MARKETS (SUCH AS THE PERUVIAN SOL, MEXICAN PESO, ARGENTINE PESO AND BOLIVIAN BOLIVIANO VERSUS THE U.
Boliviana de Aviacion, a state-owned startup designed to replace Lloyd Aereo Boliviano, will take delivery of its first two aircraft by year end, GM Ronald Casso told Reuters.
Interior Minister Alfonso Ferrufino said that "threatened" state buildings and agencies were in a state of emergency, and he lamented that "one can acquire a stick of dynamite for 50 centavos of a boliviano (less than US$0.
Lloyd Aereo Boliviano 727-200 en route from La Paz to Cobija crash-landed approximately 2 mi.
A Boeing 727 aircraft operated by Lloyd Aero Boliviano Airlines, a Bolivian carrier, tipped over onto its wing at Buenos Aires' international airport on 9 January.
Unions at Lloyd Aereo Boliviano, Aerosur and Vargas urged their members to strike yesterday and as a result around four thousand travellers were stranded when all domestic flights in Bolivia were cancelled.