The Spanish conquer Bolivia, which becomes a part of the vice-royalty of Peru.
Simon Bolivar, a Venezuelan freedom fighter, liberates the country from Spanish rule.
Bolivia becomes independent with Simon Bolivar as its first president.
The military regime is overthrown and new president, Victor Paz Estenssoro, introduces reforms including universal suffrage and the nationalization of tin mines.
"The United States helps suppress a peasant uprising led by Ernesto ""Che"" Guevara."
Twenty-one thousand miners lose their jobs following the collapse of the tin market.
A major deal is signed to allow Bolivia to export gas via a Peruvian port.
President Morales issues a decree to nationalize Bolivia's gas industry.
The presidents of Bolivia, Venezuela, and Argentina sign joint energy deals worth more than $1 billion.
The Bolivian government drops plans that intended to raise fuel prices by more than 70%.