Bolivian


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a native or inhabitant of Bolivia

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About 92% of Bolivian coffee is produced in the Yungas area, a tropical zone of the Department of La Paz which has a favorable climate and altitudes ranging from 500 to 1,600 meters.
Seismologists were especially pleased that no large quakes occurred soon after the Bolivian jolt, because that would have drowned out interesting overtones.
Pueblo enfermo (1909) is a pessimistic and controversial analysis of Bolivian society.
ADI will issue a new media advisory once the rescued Bolivian lion flight details are rescheduled.
The Bolivian development planning minister, for her part, said that the contracts signed between Bolivia and Iran are mostly in the field of technology, and expressed her ministry's readiness to participate effectively in the joint commission to be established by the two countries soon.
The deal was officially approved by the Bolivian government on 25th May and nearly USD3.
In collaboration with police forces in neighboring countries, FELCN disrupted several large narcotics shipments into Bolivia and arrested a number of Bolivian and foreign suspects.
The Bolivian president invited his Iranian counterpart to attend the Gas Producing Countries Forum slated to be held in Bolivia, and said, "Your presence in the event carries a very significant message that independent friends are alongside each other and is indicative of development of mutual cooperation between Iran and Bolivia.
This Presidential determination was based, in part, on insufficient Bolivian law enforcement efforts to disrupt and dismantle drug trafficking organizations and inadequate Bolivian controls to prevent the diversion of "legal" coca cultivation to illicit cocaine production during the previous year.
Tata Motors today announced having forayed into the Bolivian commercial vehicle market, through a distribution agreement with local partners, Bolivian Auto Motors, part of the business group Salvatierra, an important business conglomerate engaged in the distribution of motor vehicles and motor cycles in Bolivia.
Auto Business News-September 27, 2016--Tata enters Bolivian commercial vehicle market
LA PAZ, Shawwal 27, 1437, August 01, 2016, SPA -- Bolivian police have seized 7.
by Mac Margolis Bolivia's President Evo Morales speaks during a news conference at the presidential palace in La Paz, Bolivia, in this February 29, 2016 handout photo by the Bolivian Presidency.
The only existing monarchy in the entire American continent survives on the Bolivian Andes.
Back in 1978, the Bolivian Police established that nation's first academy to train dogs to detect cocaine and marijuana being illegally exported.