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Dichos valores son similares a los calculados para China y la India (Hsieh y Klenow, 2009a), y muy por arriba de los porcentajes (entre 50 y 60) reportados en Pages (2010) con datos muestrales para Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, El Salvador, Boliva y Venezuela.
Building Bridges Collective (2010), Spaces for Movement: Reflections from Boliva on Climate Justice, Social Movements and the State, Building Bridges Collective.
Desde una vision de larga duracion tal como nos la proporciona Murra, no sorprende que en el actual escenario politico de Boliva exista una relacion estrecha entre las practicas convivenciales (Illich 1978) de un sector importante de la poblacion y las dinamicas insubordinantes que surgieron desde esos mismos grupos (Lazar 2008).
Comentario aparte merecen las expediciones que se han llevado en este oceano con otro tipo de embarcacion prehispanica elaborada a base de juncos o ciperaceas del lago Titicaca, Boliva, o del lago Cahuil, Chile.
It manifested itself in domestic politics from the Chiapas region in Mexico in 1994 to Ecuador, Peru, Boliva and Chile.
The Service also said earlier this month that it had cut a deal with La Razn of La Paz, Boliva, for the Spanish-language daily to publish a New York Times-based weekly supplement.
Argentina, Boliva, Colombia, Nicaragua, and Venezuela had fixed exchange rate regimes during a portion of our period of study.
The glasses are produced in a family-run glass-making factory in Cochabamba, Central Boliva.
The advantage of high altitude makes Boliva a dangerous animal on home soil.
114-116, en: Historia natural, Distribucion y Conservacion de los Murcielagos de Boliva (LF Aguirre, ed.
Ninety percent of mucocutaneous leishmaniasis cases occur in Boliva, Brazil, and Peru.
MIDDLESBROUGH councillor Joe Michna hopes to meet the President of Boliva on his next "Clipboard Travels".
Para Brasil, Peter Beattie (2001) ha analizado el problema de conscripcion militar y formacion del estado, y Juan Ramon Quintana Taborga (998) lo ha hecho para Boliva en su Soldados y Ciudadanos, Un Estudio Critico sobre el servicio militar obligatorio en Bolivia.
There was a woman who met Che being a translator and joined the group and died in Boliva a couple of months before he did.
On 2 July 2006, Boliva held a national referendum about departamental autonomy as part of the process of state decentralization and as an institutional response to the dire political and social crisis.