The Central Bank of Bolivia, also known as Banco Central de Bolivia, is the monetary authority that maintains financial stability by issuing domestic Bolivian currency. This site offers information on the country’s regulations, currency exchange, and economic statistics. Only available in Spanish.

El Diario is an online newspaper focusing on Bolivia news, including national and international news, economy, culture, industry trends, and sports. Only available in Spanish.

The Financial Regulatory Authority, also known as Autoridad de Supervisión del Sistema Financiero (ASFI), is responsible for regulating and supervising the financial services industry in Bolivia. The site contains statistics, publications, regulations, and consumer information. Only available in Spanish.

As the primary government resource for Bolivia, this source provides information on topics such as the different sectors of the government, government agencies, taxes, statistics, universities, and tourism. Only available in Spanish.

The Ministry of Economy and Public Finance (MEPF), or Ministerio de Economía y Finanzas Públicas, creates an equitable financial services industry in Bolivia. The MEPF site contains listings of applicable laws, industry news, economic forms, vice ministries, and citizen information. Some content is only available in Spanish. 

The National Statistics Institute, also known as Instituto Nacional de Estadística, provides and analyzes statistics on various aspects concerning Bolivia to offer users a greater perspective of Bolivia’s economic and social situation. Statistics include, but are not limited to, the economy, demographics, geographical information, and the environment. Only available in Spanish.

The Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Transportation, also known as Autoridad de Regulación y Fiscalización de Telecomunicaciones y Transportes (ATT), regulates communications, transportation, and post in Bolivia. The ATT website contains information about its functions, legal framework, each of the sectors it is responsible for regulating, and recent news. Only available in Spanish.

The Stock Exchange of Bolivia, also known as Bolsa Boliviana de Valores, provides essential information on the markets in Bolivia. Information on the website includes rules of the markets, prices of stocks and commodities, economic statistics, and news updates. Only available in Spanish.

The Bolivian Agency for Space Activities, also known as Agencia Bolivariana para Actividades Espaciales (ABAE), promotes programs for space research and development projects that allow for the improvement of space technology. ABAE aims to use technological resources to reach remote areas of space. Only available in Spanish.

The Bolivian Institute of Foreign Trade, also known as Instituto Boliviano de Comercio Exterior (IBCE), offers statistics that cover regional exports, imports, and global exports. A section on doing business elaborates upon macroeconomic data, imports, and exports and contains a directory of Bolivian exporters. The IBCE also provides services for businesspeople, including consulting, translation services, and custom studies. Only available in Spanish.

The Bolivian-American Chamber of Commerce (BACC) is a non-profit organization that fosters trade and commercial agreements between the Republic of Bolivia and the United States. The site contains updated economic and social information, potential investment opportunities, and a legal framework regarding investments.

BoliviaBella is a website that provides pointers on business practices and culture in Bolivia for those who are going to live, work, study, or tour in Bolivia. Specifically, the site includes helpful advice with greetings, gift-giving, and meeting etiquette.