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Executive Report on Strategies in Bolivia

  • Published: June 2007
  • Region: Bolivia
  • 390 pages
  • ICON Group International

How to Strategically Evaluate Bolivia

Perhaps the most efficient way of evaluating Bolivia is to consider key dimensions which themselves are composites of multiple factors. Composite portfolio approaches have long been used by strategic planners. The biggest challenge in this approach is to choose the appropriate factors that are the most relevant to international planning. The two measures of greatest relevance are “latent demand” and “market accessibility”. The figure below summarizes the key dimensions and recommendations of such an approach. Using these two composites, one can prioritize all countries of the world. Countries of high latent demand and high relative accessibility (e.g. easier entry for one firm compared to other firms) are given highest priority. The figure below shows two different scenarios. Accessibility is defined as a firm’s ease of entering or supplying from or to a market (the “supply side”), and latent demand is an indicator of the potential in serving from or to the market (the “demand side”).
Framework for Prioritizing Countries

Demand/Market Potential Driven Firm

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1 INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY 15
1.1 What Does This Report Cover? 15
1.2 How to Strategically Evaluate Bolivia 15
1.3 Latent Demand and Accessibility in Bolivia 17
2 MACRO-ACCESSIBILITY IN BOLIVIA 18
2.1 Economic Fundamentals and Dynamics 18
2.1.1 Government Intervention Risks 18
2.1.2 Infrastructure Development 18
2.2 Political Risks 19
2.2.1 Economic Relationship with the United States 19
2.2.2 The Political System 20
2.3 Marketing Strategies 21
2.3.1 Distribution Channel Options 21
2.3.2 Agents and Distributors 21
2.3.3 Franchising Activities 21
2.3.4 Direct Marketing Options 22
2.3.5 Joint Ventures and Licensing Options 22
2.3.6 Creating a Sales Office 22
2.3.7 Selling Strategies 23
2.3.8 Advertising and Trade Promotion 23
2.3.9 Pricing Issues 24
2.3.10 Supplying Customer Service 24
2.3.11 Public Sector Marketing 25
2.3.12 Intellectual Property Risks 25
2.3.13 Hiring Local Counsel 25
2.3.14 Performing Due Diligence and Checking Bona Fides 25
2.4 Import and Export Regulation Risks 26
2.4.1 Trade Barrier Risks 26
2.4.2 Valuations on Imports 27
2.4.3 Licenses Required for Imports 27
2.4.4 Documentation Required for Trade 27
2.4.5 Entering Temporary Imports 27
2.4.6 Labeling Issues 28
2.4.7 Local Standards 28
2.4.8 Controls on Exports 32
2.4.9 Special Documentation 32
2.4.10 Restrictions on Imports 34
2.4.11 Free Trade Zone Options 34
2.4.12 Additional Trade Issues 35
2.4.13 Duty Exemptions and Reductions 35
2.4.14 Adherence to Free Trade Agreements 35
2.5 Investment Climate 35
2.5.1 Openness to Foreign Investment 35
2.5.2 Conversion and Transfer Policies 37
2.5.3 Expropriation and Compensation 37
2.5.4 Dispute Settlement 37
2.5.5 Performance Requirements and Incentives 38
2.5.6 Right to Private Ownership and Establishment 38
2.5.7 Protection of Property Rights 38
2.5.8 Intellectual Property Risks 38
2.5.9 Transparency of the Regulatory System 39
2.5.10 Capital Market Risks 40
2.5.11 Political Violence 41
2.5.12 Corruption 41
2.5.13 Bilateral Investment Agreements 41
2.5.14 OPIC and Other Investment Insurance 42
2.5.15 Labor 42
2.5.16 Free Trade Zones and Free Ports 43
2.6 Trade and Project Financing 43
2.6.1 The Banking System 43
2.6.2 Foreign Exchange Control Risks 43
2.6.3 General Financing Availability 44
2.6.4 Financing Export Strategies 44
2.6.5 Financing Projects 44
2.6.6 Banks with Correspondent Banking Arrangements 44
2.7 Travel Risks 45
2.7.1 Local Business Practices 45
2.7.2 Visas 46
2.7.3 Permanent Residence Permits 46
2.7.4 Local Holidays Observed 47
2.7.5 Infrastructure for Conducting Business 48
2.7.6 Health Concerns 49
2.7.7 Country Data 49
2.8 Key Contacts 50
2.8.1 Bolivian Government Contacts 50
2.8.2 Other Important Bolivian Contacts 52
2.8.3 Trade Associations and Chambers of Commerce 52
2.8.4 Market Research Firms 54
2.8.5 Commercial Banks 54
2.8.6 Multilateral Financing 55
2.8.7 U.S. Embassy Trade Personnel 56
2.8.8 Contacts in Washington D.C. 57
2.8.9 Bolivian Government Representation in the United States 58
3 ECONOMIC AND PRODUCT MARKETS IN BOLIVIA 60
3.1 Introduction & Methodology 60
3.1.1 Overview & Methodology 60
3.1.2 Market Potential Estimation Methodology 60
3.2 Summary Rankings 66
3.3 Latent Demand Forecasts 75
3.3.1 Adhesives and Sealants 75
3.3.2 Advertising Services 75
3.3.3 Aerospace and Defense Equipment 76
3.3.4 Aftermarket Passenger Car Tires 76
3.3.5 Air Freight Services 77
3.3.6 Alcoholic Beverages 77
3.3.7 Ales and Stouts 78
3.3.8 Alimentary and Metabolism Pharmaceuticals 78
3.3.9 Amusement and Recreation Services 79
3.3.10 Analog Color Televisions 79
3.3.11 Antidepressant Pharmaceuticals 80
3.3.12 Apparel and Accessories 80
3.3.13 Appetizers and Dips 81
3.3.14 Apples 81
3.3.15 Applications Software 82
3.3.16 Architectural Services 82
3.3.17 Athletic Footwear 83
3.3.18 Auto and Home Supply Stores 83
3.3.19 Aviation Services 84
3.3.20 Baked Goods 84
3.3.21 Bakery Products 85
3.3.22 Bananas 85
3.3.23 Base Chemicals 86
3.3.24 Beauty and Barber Shops 86
3.3.25 Beer 87
3.3.26 Bicycles and Bicycle Accessories 87
3.3.27 Biotechnology 88
3.3.28 Bituminous Coal 88
3.3.29 Blended Whiskey 89
3.3.30 Boat Building 89
3.3.31 Book Publishing 90
3.3.32 Bottled Water 90
3.3.33 Bottles of Lager Beer 91
3.3.34 Bread 91
3.3.35 Breakfast Cereals 92
3.3.36 Breweries 92
3.3.37 Broadband Internet Access 93
3.3.38 Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills 93
3.3.39 Building Materials and Garden Supplies 94
3.3.40 Business and School Supplies 94
3.3.41 Cable TV 95
3.3.42 Cafes and Restaurants 95
3.3.43 Cakes and Pastries 96
3.3.44 Candy 96
3.3.45 Cans of Lager Beer 97
3.3.46 Car Aftermarket Products 97
3.3.47 Casinos and Gambling 98
3.3.48 Cat Food 98
3.3.49 CD Players 99
3.3.50 Cement Construction Materials 99
3.3.51 Chemicals 100
3.3.52 Chilled and Deli Food 100
3.3.53 Chips and Crisps 101
3.3.54 Chocolate Candy 101
3.3.55 Cigarette Manufacturing 102
3.3.56 Citrus Fruit 102
3.3.57 Civil Aerospace Equipment 103
3.3.58 Clothing Accessories 103
3.3.59 Colas 104
3.3.60 Collection Agencies 104
3.3.61 Color Televisions 105
3.3.62 Commercial Banking 105
3.3.63 Communications Services 106
3.3.64 Compact Discs (CDs) 106
3.3.65 Computer Hardware 107
3.3.66 Concrete Building Products 107
3.3.67 Console Video Games 108
3.3.68 Construction and Engineering Services 108
3.3.69 Consumer Chemicals 109
3.3.70 Convenience Stores 109
3.3.71 Cookies and Crackers 110
3.3.72 Cooking Ranges 110
3.3.73 Corporate Strategy Services 111
3.3.74 Cosmetics and Toiletries 111
3.3.75 Costume Jewelry 112
3.3.76 Cotton Yarn 112
3.3.77 Credit Bureaus 113
3.3.78 Cross/utility Vehicles (CUVs) 113
3.3.79 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction 114
3.3.80 Cruise Ship Tourism 114
3.3.81 Crushed and Broken Stone 115
3.3.82 Daily Newspapers 115
3.3.83 Data Processing and Network Services 116
3.3.84 Defense Industry Equipment 116
3.3.85 Deli Food 117
3.3.86 Department Stores 117
3.3.87 Depository Credit Intermediation 118
3.3.88 Desktop Personal Computers 118
3.3.89 Dial-Up Internet Access 119
3.3.90 Diesel Trucks 119
3.3.91 Dining Out 120
3.3.92 Direct Selling Establishments 120
3.3.93 Discount Superstores 121
3.3.94 Disposable Health Care Equipment and Supplies 121
3.3.95 Distillate Fuel Oil 122
3.3.96 Dog Food 122
3.3.97 Dolls and Figures 123
3.3.98 Domestic Water Utilities 123
3.3.99 Draught Lager Beer 124
3.3.100 Dried Food 124
3.3.101 Drug Delivery Systems 125
3.3.102 Durable Goods 125
3.3.103 Eating and Drinking Places 126
3.3.104 Education and Training Services 126
3.3.105 Elementary and Secondary Schools 127
3.3.106 Engineering Services 127
3.3.107 Environmental Consulting Services 128
3.3.108 Ethnic Hair Care Products 128
3.3.109 Extended Stay and Business Suite Motels 129
3.3.110 Exterminating and Pest Control Services 129
3.3.111 Family Clothing Stores 130
3.3.112 Farm Machinery and Equipment 130
3.3.113 Fast Food 131
3.3.114 Financial Services 131
3.3.115 Fixed-Line Telecommunications Services 132
3.3.116 Floor Coverings 132
3.3.117 Flour Milling 133
3.3.118 Folding Paperboard Boxes 133
3.3.119 Forestry and Fishing 134
3.3.120 Fossil Fuel-Powered Electric Power Generation 134
3.3.121 Franchising 135
3.3.122 Fresh Beef and Veal 135
3.3.123 Fuel Dealers 136
3.3.124 Funeral Homes 136
3.3.125 Gambling 137
3.3.126 Gardening Supplies, Outdoor Furniture, and Plants 137
3.3.127 General Merchandise stores 138
3.3.128 Generic Prescription Drugs 138
3.3.129 Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Stores 139
3.3.130 Gifts 139
3.3.131 Gourmet Potato Chips 140
3.3.132 Government Public Health Activities 140
3.3.133 Grape Juice 141
3.3.134 Graphic Design Services 141
3.3.135 Green Vegetables 142
3.3.136 Greeting Cards 142
3.3.137 Grocery Discounters 143
3.3.138 GSM-Based Cellular Telephones 143
3.3.139 Guided Missiles and Space Vehicles 144
3.3.140 Gypsum Products 144
3.3.141 HDTV 145
3.3.142 Health Care Equipment and Supplies 145
3.3.143 Highway and Street Construction 146
3.3.144 Hispanic Music Television 146
3.3.145 Hi-Tech Logistics 147
3.3.146 Hobby, Toy, and Game Stores 147
3.3.147 Home Improvement Retailers 148
3.3.148 Hospital Food Service 148
3.3.149 Household Textiles and Soft Furnishings 149
3.3.150 Human Resource Management Services 149
3.3.151 Hunting, Trapping, and Game Propagation 150
3.3.152 Ice Cream 150
3.3.153 Impulse Ice Cream 151
3.3.154 In Vitro Diagnostic Equipment 151
3.3.155 IP-Based Enterprise Networking Equipment 152
3.3.156 Janitorial Services 152
3.3.157 Jewelry Stores 153
3.3.158 Juice 153
3.3.159 Kitchen Appliances 154
3.3.160 Knitwear 154
3.3.161 Lager Beer 155
3.3.162 Laptop Computers 155
3.3.163 Large Household Appliances 156
3.3.164 Lawn and Garden Equipment and Supplies Stores 156
3.3.165 Leather and Leather Products 157
3.3.166 Legal Services 157
3.3.167 Leisure Education 158
3.3.168 Life Insurance Sold by Life Insurance Companies 158
3.3.169 Linen and Uniform Supply 159
3.3.170 Lingerie 159
3.3.171 Liquefied Petroleum Gas 160
3.3.172 Local and Interurban Passenger Transit 160
3.3.173 Logging 161
3.3.174 Logistics for the Pharmaceutical Industry 161
3.3.175 Lumber and Wood Products 162
3.3.176 Machine Tools 162
3.3.177 Machining Precision Turned Products 163
3.3.178 Magazines 163
3.3.179 Mainstream Tea 164
3.3.180 Malt Beverages 164
3.3.181 Management Consulting Services 165
3.3.182 Manifold Business Forms 165
3.3.183 Manmade Fabric Mills 166
3.3.184 Manufactured Mobile Home Dealers 166
3.3.185 Manufacturing Dog and Cat Food 167
3.3.186 Marine Freight Services 167
3.3.187 Marketing Research and Public Opinion Polling 168
3.3.188 Materials Handling Machinery 168
3.3.189 Measuring and Controlling Instruments 169
3.3.190 Meat and Poultry 169
3.3.191 Media Advertising 170
3.3.192 Medical Biotechnology 170
3.3.193 Medium and Heavy Trucks 171
3.3.194 Menswear 171
3.3.195 Menthol Cigarettes 172
3.3.196 Millwork 172
3.3.197 Mineral Water 173
3.3.198 Morning Bakery Goods 173
3.3.199 Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Equipment 174
3.3.200 Music and Video Game Stores 174
3.3.201 National Newspapers 175
3.3.202 New Car Dealers 175
3.3.203 Non-Airport Car Rentals 176
3.3.204 Non-Chocolate Confectionery Manufacturing 176
3.3.205 Non-Citrus Fruit 177
3.3.206 Non-Daily Newspapers 177
3.3.207 Non-Depository Credit Intermediation 178
3.3.208 Non-Durable Goods 178
3.3.209 Non-Farm Housing Services 179
3.3.210 Non-Food Retail Sales 179
3.3.211 Non-Interest Commercial Banking 180
3.3.212 Non-Metallic Mineral Mining and Quarrying 180
3.3.213 Non-Residential Construction and Engineering 181
3.3.214 Non-Store Retailers and Mail Order 181
3.3.215 Non-Wood Office Furniture Manufacturing 182
3.3.216 Nuclear Electric Power Generation 182
3.3.217 Nursery, Garden Center, and Farm Supply Stores 183
3.3.218 Nursing Homes 183
3.3.219 Office Supplies and Stationery Stores 184
3.3.220 Oil, Gas, and Mining Exploration Services 184
3.3.221 Operations Management Services 185
3.3.222 Optical Goods and Eye Care Products 185
3.3.223 Oral Drug Delivery Systems 186
3.3.224 Orange Juice 186
3.3.225 OTC Healthcare Products 187
3.3.226 Outerwear Clothing and Accessories 187
3.3.227 Outsourcing Services 188
3.3.228 Over-The-Counter Drugs 188
3.3.229 Paint and Wallpaper Stores 189
3.3.230 Parking Lots, Garages, and Valet Parking Services 189
3.3.231 Passenger Transportation 190
3.3.232 Passive Components 190
3.3.233 Periodicals 191
3.3.234 Perishable Prepared Foods Manufacturing 191
3.3.235 Permanent Employment Services 192
3.3.236 Personal Stationery 192
3.3.237 Pharmacies and Drug Stores 193
3.3.238 Phosphatic Fertilizer Manufacturing 193
3.3.239 Physicians Services 194
3.3.240 Pizzas 194
3.3.241 Plant Bread 195
3.3.242 Plumbing Products 195
3.3.243 Port and Shipbuilding Equipment 196
3.3.244 Poultry Products 196
3.3.245 Prerecorded Tape, Compact Disc, and Record Stores 197
3.3.246 Prescription Eyeglass Frames 197
3.3.247 Primary Metal Industries 198
3.3.248 Printed Circuit Boards 198
3.3.249 Printers 199
3.3.250 Printing Special Business Forms and Checkbooks 199
3.3.251 Private Residential Construction 200
3.3.252 Professional Computer Services 200
3.3.253 Property and Casualty Insurance 201
3.3.254 Public Residential Construction 201
3.3.255 Publishing Advertising 202
3.3.256 Pulmonary Drug Delivery Systems 202
3.3.257 Pulp Mills 203
3.3.258 Radio and Television Broadcasting 203
3.3.259 Railroad Freight Services 204
3.3.260 Real Jewelry 204
3.3.261 Reconstituted Wood Products 205
3.3.262 Recorded Music 205
3.3.263 Recreational Vehicle Dealers 206
3.3.264 Red Meat 206
3.3.265 Refrigeration Appliances 207
3.3.266 Regional Newspapers 207
3.3.267 Relays and Industrial Controls 208
3.3.268 Remediation Services 208
3.3.269 Replacement Tires for Cars and Light Vans 209
3.3.270 Residential Construction 209
3.3.271 Residual Fuel Oil 210
3.3.272 Retail Logistics 210
3.3.273 Retirement Savings Plans 211
3.3.274 Sauces, Salad Dressings, and Condiments 211
3.3.275 Sawmills 212
3.3.276 School Food Service 212
3.3.277 Scrap Recycling 213
3.3.278 Screw Machine Products 213
3.3.279 Security and Commodity Brokers and Dealers 214
3.3.280 Services 214
3.3.281 Shellfish 215
3.3.282 Ship Building and Repairing 215
3.3.283 Skin Care Products 216
3.3.284 Slaughtering Animals Excluding Poultry 216
3.3.285 Sliced Cooked Meat 217
3.3.286 Spice and Extract Manufacturing 217
3.3.287 Sporting Goods Retailers 218
3.3.288 Sports and Energy Drinks 218
3.3.289 Stationary Bicycles 219
3.3.290 Steel Mill Products 219
3.3.291 Sugar Candy 220
3.3.292 Support Activities for Air Transportation 220
3.3.293 Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus 221
3.3.294 Synthetic Rubber 221
3.3.295 Taxicabs 222
3.3.296 Telecommunications Equipment 222
3.3.297 Television Broadcasting 223
3.3.298 Temporary Employment Services 223
3.3.299 Testing Laboratories 224
3.3.300 Textile Fabrics 224
3.3.301 Tobacco Products 225
3.3.302 Toy Stores 225
3.3.303 Traditional Toys 226
3.3.304 Transformers 226
3.3.305 Transportation Equipment 227
3.3.306 Travel Trailer and Camper Manufacturing 227
3.3.307 Truck Trailer Manufacturing 228
3.3.308 Underwear, Nightwear, and Swimwear 228
3.3.309 Unleaded Gasoline 229
3.3.310 Upholstered Household Furniture Manufacturing 229
3.3.311 Used Car Dealers 230
3.3.312 Utilities 230
3.3.313 Valves and Pipe Fittings 231
3.3.314 Vegetarian Foods 231
3.3.315 Venture Capital 232
3.3.316 Vodka 232
3.3.317 VoIP Telephone Service 233
3.3.318 Watches 233
3.3.319 Water Utilities 234
3.3.320 Whiskey 234
3.3.321 White Bread 235
3.3.322 Wine 235
3.3.323 Wineries 236
3.3.324 Wireless Communication Services 236
3.3.325 Wiring Devices 237
3.3.326 Women’s Apparel and Accessories 237
3.3.327 Womenswear and Lingerie 238
3.3.328 Wood Preservation 238
3.3.329 Wool Yarn 239
3.3.330 Workers Compensation Insurance 239
3.3.331 Yarn Spinning Mills 240
3.3.332 Yellow Fats 240
3.3.333 Definition of Terms 241
4 TRADE INDICATORS: IMPORTS INTO BOLIVIA 273
4.1 Introduction & Methodology 273
4.2 Summary of Imports into Bolivia 274
4.3 Import Details 280
4.3.1 Acrylic Polymers in Primary Forms 280
4.3.2 Albuminoidal Substances, Modified Starches, and Glues 280
4.3.3 Amino-Resins, Phenolic Resins and Polyurethanes in Primary Forms 281
4.3.4 Antibiotics Excluding Medicaments 281
4.3.5 Automatic Regulating or Controlling Instruments and Apparatus 282
4.3.6 Bakery Mixes and Doughs for the Preparation of Bread, Pastry, Cakes, and Biscuits 282
4.3.7 Ball Bearings 283
4.3.8 Batteries, Electric Accumulators, and Their Parts 284
4.3.9 Beverages and Tobacco 285
4.3.10 Childrens Toys and Indoor Games 286
4.3.11 Color Television Receivers, Video Monitors, and Projectors 287
4.3.12 Concentrated or Sweetened Milk and Cream 287
4.3.13 Continuous-Action Elevators and Conveyors for Goods or Materials 288
4.3.14 Corn Seed 288
4.3.15 Cosmetic Preparations for the Hair Including Shampoos 288
4.3.16 Data Processing Input or Output Units 289
4.3.17 Digital Processing Units Which May Contain Storage Units, Input Units, or Output Units 289
4.3.18 Disinfectants and Rodenticides for Retail Sale 290
4.3.19 Electric Generating Sets 290
4.3.20 Electric Motors with Output Exceeding 37.5 w and AC Generators 291
4.3.21 Electrical Transformers 291
4.3.22 Electro-Diagnostic Equipment 292
4.3.23 Electronic Integrated Circuits and Microassemblies 292
4.3.24 Extracts of Coffee and Coffee Substitutes 293
4.3.25 Filtering and Purifying Machinery for Liquids or Gases 293
4.3.26 Fixed Line Telephone and Telegraph Equipment 294
4.3.27 Float Glass and Surface Ground or Polished Glass in Sheets 295
4.3.28 Food and Live Animals 296
4.3.29 Fresh Apples 297
4.3.30 Fungicides for Retail Sale 297
4.3.31 Gas, Liquid, or Electricity Supply or Production Meters and Calibrating Meters 298
4.3.32 Glycosides, Glands or Other Organs and Extracts, Antisera, Vaccines, and Similar Products 299
4.3.33 Hand Tools, Pneumatic Tools, Tools with Self-Contained Non-Electric Motors, and Their Parts 300
4.3.34 Herbicides, Weed Killers, Antisprouting Products, and Plant-Growth Regulators for Retail Sale 301
4.3.35 Household Refrigerators and Food Freezers 301
4.3.36 Hydraulic Turbines and Water Wheels 302
4.3.37 Inedible Crude Materials Excluding Fuels 303
4.3.38 Inorganic Acids and Inorganic Oxygen Compounds of Nonmetals 304
4.3.39 Insecticides for Retail Sale 304
4.3.40 Iron and Non-Alloy Steel Wire 305
4.3.41 Iron and Steel Angles, Shapes, Sections (Excluding Rails), and Sheet Piling 305
4.3.42 Iron and Steel Seamless Tubes, Pipes, and Hollow Profiles 305
4.3.43 Iron and Steel Tube and Pipe Fittings 306
4.3.44 Iron or Steel Screws, Bolts, Nuts, Screw Hooks, Rivets, Washers, and Similar Articles 306
4.3.45 Iron or Steel Structures and Parts of Structures 307
4.3.46 Iron, Steel, or Copper Non-Electric Domestic Cooking or Heating Equipment and Parts 307
4.3.47 Live Poultry 308
4.3.48 Machinery and Transport Equipment 309
4.3.49 Malt and Malt Flour 310
4.3.50 Manufactured Goods 311
4.3.51 Medicaments Containing Antibiotics or Their Derivatives 312
4.3.52 Mineral Fuels, Lubricants, and Related Materials 313
4.3.53 Motor Vehicles for Transport of Goods and Materials 314
4.3.54 Motorcycles, Mopeds, and Cycles with Auxiliary Motors and Their Sidecars 315
4.3.55 New Pneumatic Rubber Tires for Buses and Trucks 315
4.3.56 New Pneumatic Rubber Tires for Cars, Station Wagons, and Racing Cars 316
4.3.57 Newsprint in Rolls or Sheets 316
4.3.58 Non-Monetary Gold 316
4.3.59 Non-Refractory Ceramic Bricks, Tiles, and Pipes 317
4.3.60 Oral or Dental Hygiene Preparations and Denture Fixative Pastes and Powders 317
4.3.61 Organo-Sulfur Compounds 318
4.3.62 Oxygen-Function Amino-Compounds 318
4.3.63 Paper and Paperboard Boxes, Bags, and Cartons, Cases, and Packing Containers 319
4.3.64 Parts and Accessories for Office Machines and Automatic Data Processing Machines 320
4.3.65 Parts and Accessories for Telecommunication and Sound Recording or Reproducing Equipment 321
4.3.66 Parts of Pumps for Liquids and Liquid Elevators 322
4.3.67 Pens, Pencils, and Fountain Pens 322
4.3.68 Perfumes and Toilet Waters 323
4.3.69 Pharmaceutical Goods Excluding Medicaments 323
4.3.70 Phosphinates (Hypophosphites), Phosphonates (Phosphites), Phosphates, and Polyphosphates 324
4.3.71 Plastic Floor, Wall, or Ceiling Coverings and Plastic Household and Toilet Articles 324
4.3.72 Plastic Stoppers, Lids, Caps, Closures, and Articles for the Conveyance or Packing of Goods 325
4.3.73 Plated or Zinc-Coated Iron and Non-Alloy Steel Flat-Rolled Products 325
4.3.74 Polycarbonates, Alkyd Resins, and Other Polyesters in Primary Forms 326
4.3.75 Polyethylene in Primary Forms 326
4.3.76 Polymers of Propylene or Other Olefins in Primary Forms 327
4.3.77 Polystyrene in Primary Forms 327
4.3.78 Polyvinyl Chloride in Primary Forms 328
4.3.79 Portland Cement, Aluminous Cement, Slag Cement, Supersulfate Cement, and Similar Hydraulic Cements 328
4.3.80 Printed Books, Pamphlets, Maps, and Globes Excluding Advertising Material 329
4.3.81 Printing Ink 330
4.3.82 Public Transportation Motor Vehicles with a Capacity of At Least 10 Persons 330
4.3.83 Razors and Razor Blades 331
4.3.84 Refractory Bricks and Other Refractory Construction Materials 331
4.3.85 Road Tractors for Semi-Trailers 331
4.3.86 Rolls and Sheets of Paper and Paperboard 332
4.3.87 Sauces, Seasonings, and Condiments Including Preparations of Mustard and Vinegar 332
4.3.88 Self-Propelled Bulldozers, Angledozers, Graders, and Levelers 333
4.3.89 Self-Propelled Mechanical Shovels, Excavators, and Shovel-Loaders 333
4.3.90 Soap and Organic Surface-Active Products Used and Soap 334
4.3.91 Soybeans 334
4.3.92 Sports Footwear 334
4.3.93 Sugar Confectionery Excluding Cocoa Products 335
4.3.94 Synthetic Filament Tow 335
4.3.95 Synthetic Organic Coloring Matter and Its Preparations 336
4.3.96 Synthetic Staple Fibers for Spinning 336
4.3.97 Uncarded, Uncombed Cotton Excluding Linters 337
4.3.98 Unmilled Durum Wheat 337
4.3.99 Wheat or Meslin Flour 337
4.3.100 Worked Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys 338
5 TRADE INDICATORS: EXPORTS FROM BOLIVIA 339
5.1 Introduction & Methodology 339
5.2 Summary of Exports from Bolivia 340
5.3 Export Details 346
5.3.1 Acyclic Monohydric Alcohols 346
5.3.2 Animal and Vegetable Oils, Fats, and Waxes 346
5.3.3 Babies Garments and Clothing Accessories of Textile Fabrics 347
5.3.4 Batteries, Electric Accumulators, and Their Parts 347
5.3.5 Beans, Peas, Lentils, and Legumes 347
5.3.6 Beer and Malt Beverages 348
5.3.7 Beverages and Tobacco 348
5.3.8 Builders Wood Carpentry and Joinery 348
5.3.9 Building and Monumental Stone 349
5.3.10 Butter 349
5.3.11 Carded or Combed Wool and Animal Hair 349
5.3.12 Castor Oil and Its Fractions 350
5.3.13 Childrens Toys and Indoor Games 350
5.3.14 Cocoa Beans 350
5.3.15 Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Fat, or Cocoa Oil 350
5.3.16 Common Salt, Rock Salt, Sea Salt, Sea Water, and Pure Sodium Chloride 351
5.3.17 Concentrated or Sweetened Milk and Cream 351
5.3.18 Copper Ores and Concentrates 351
5.3.19 Corn Seed 351
5.3.20 Corrugated, Creped, Crinkled, Embossed or Perforated Paper and Paperboard in Rolls or Sheets 352
5.3.21 Cotton Yarn 352
5.3.22 Crude Oils from Petroleum and Bituminous Minerals 352
5.3.23 Cut Flowers and Foliage 353
5.3.24 Diamonds Excluding Industrial Diamonds 353
5.3.25 Edible Nuts Excluding Oil Nuts 354
5.3.26 Electronic Integrated Circuits and Microassemblies 354
5.3.27 Ferrous Metal Waste and Scrap Excluding Waste and Scrap of Cast Iron and Alloy Steel 355
5.3.28 Fiberboard of Wood or Other Ligneous Materials 355
5.3.29 Flours and Meals of Oil Seeds or Oleaginous Fruits Excluding Mustard Flour 355
5.3.30 Food and Live Animals 356
5.3.31 Fresh or Chilled Beef 357
5.3.32 Fresh or Dried Bananas and Plantains 357
5.3.33 Friction Materials and Manufactures of Asbestos 357
5.3.34 Frozen Beef 357
5.3.35 Fuel Wood and Wood Charcoal Excluding Wood Waste 358
5.3.36 Furskin and Imitation Furskin Apparel and Clothing Accessories Excluding Headgear 358
5.3.37 Gears and Gearing, Ball Screws, Gear Boxes, Speed Changers, and Torque Converters 358
5.3.38 Glassware for Table, Kitchen, Toilet, Office, and Indoor Decoration 359
5.3.39 Gravel and Crushed Stone 359
5.3.40 Green or Dry Hay and Fodder 359
5.3.41 Hat Shapes, Hat Forms, Hat Bodies and Hoods 359
5.3.42 Inedible Crude Materials Excluding Fuels 360
5.3.43 Inorganic Acids and Inorganic Oxygen Compounds of Nonmetals 361
5.3.44 Iron, Steel, or Copper Springs and Leaves for Springs 361
5.3.45 Knitted or Crocheted Jerseys, Pullovers, Cardigans, Waistcoats, and Similar Articles 362
5.3.46 Knitted or Crocheted Panty Hose, Tights, Stocking, Socks, and Hosiery 362
5.3.47 Lead Ores and Concentrates 363
5.3.48 Leather Apparel and Clothing Accessories 363
5.3.49 Liquefied Propane 363
5.3.50 Live Bovine Animals 363
5.3.51 Machinery and Transport Equipment 364
5.3.52 Manufactured Goods 365
5.3.53 Manufactures of Wood for Domestic or Decorative Use Excluding Furniture 366
5.3.54 Margarine and Edible Preparations of Animal or Vegetable Fats or Oils 366
5.3.55 Medicaments Containing Antibiotics or Their Derivatives 366
5.3.56 Mens and Boys Shirts of Knitted or Crocheted Textile Fabrics 367
5.3.57 Mens and Boys Shirts of Woven Textile Materials 367
5.3.58 Mens and Boys Suits of Woven Textile Fabrics 367
5.3.59 Mens and Boys Trousers, Bib and Brace Overalls, Breeches, and Shorts of Woven Textile Materials 368
5.3.60 Milled and Semi-Milled Rice 368
5.3.61 Mineral Fuels, Lubricants, and Related Materials 368
5.3.62 Natural Gas in the Gaseous State 369
5.3.63 Non-Monetary Gold 369
5.3.64 Non-Refractory Ceramic Bricks, Tiles, and Pipes 369
5.3.65 Ores and Concentrates of Precious Metals 370
5.3.66 Parts and Accessories of Musical Instruments, Metronomoes, Tuning Forks, and Pitch Pipes 370
5.3.67 Pharmaceutical Goods Excluding Medicaments 370
5.3.68 Plastic Stoppers, Lids, Caps, Closures, and Articles for the Conveyance or Packing of Goods 371
5.3.69 Plywood with Each Ply Not Over 6 mm Thick 371
5.3.70 Polystyrene in Primary Forms 371
5.3.71 Precious and Semiprecious Stones 372
5.3.72 Prefabricated Buildings 372
5.3.73 Processed Cheese in Solid Form 372
5.3.74 Propellent Powders and Other Prepared Explosives 372
5.3.75 Raw Beet and Cane Sugars 373
5.3.76 Raw Bovine and Equine Hides 373
5.3.77 Rigid Plastic Tubes, Pipes, and Hoses 373
5.3.78 Roasted Coffee 373
5.3.79 Safety Fuses, Detonating Fuses, Percussion or Detonating Caps, Igniters, and Electric Detonators 374
5.3.80 Sawn, Chipped, Sliced, or Peeled Coniferous Wood over 6 Millimeters Thick 374
5.3.81 Sawn, Chipped, Sliced, or Peeled Non-Coniferous Wood over 6 Millimeters Thick 375
5.3.82 Semi-Chemical Wood Pulp and Pulps of Other Fibrous Cellulosic Material 375
5.3.83 Sesame Seeds 376
5.3.84 Sheep or Lamb Skin Leather 376
5.3.85 Silver 376
5.3.86 Soybean Oil and Its Fractions 377
5.3.87 Soybeans 377
5.3.88 Special Transactions and Commodities Not Classified by Kind 378
5.3.89 Sugar Confectionery Excluding Cocoa Products 378
5.3.90 Sunflower Seed Oil or Safflower Oil and Fractions Thereof 378
5.3.91 Sunflower Seeds 379
5.3.92 Textile Sacks and Bags 379
5.3.93 Tin Ores and Concentrates 379
5.3.94 Tobacco Refuse 379
5.3.95 Trunks, Suitcases, Vanity Cases, Executive Cases, Briefcases, and School Satchels 380
5.3.96 Uncarded, Uncombed Cotton Excluding Linters 380
5.3.97 Unmilled Corn Excluding Sweet Corn and Seed 380
5.3.98 Unmilled Grain Sorghum 380
5.3.99 Unroasted Coffee Including Decaffeinated 381
5.3.100 Unroasted, Uncooked Peanuts 381
5.3.101 Unstripped, Unstemmed Tobacco 381
5.3.102 Unsweetened Cocoa Powder 382
5.3.103 Untreated, Rough or Roughly Squared Non-Coniferous Wood 382
5.3.104 Unwrought Lead and Lead Alloys 382
5.3.105 Unwrought Tin and Tin Alloys 383
5.3.106 Vessels and Other Floating Structures for Breaking Up 383
5.3.107 Waste and Scrap of Paper or Paperboard 383
5.3.108 Whole Furskins 384
5.3.109 Womens and Girls Jackets and Blazers 384
5.3.110 Womens and Girls Blouses, Shirts, and Shirt-Blouses of Knitted or Crocheted Textile Fabrics 384
5.3.111 Womens and Girls Dresses of Woven Textile Fabrics 384
5.3.112 Womens and Girls Skirts and Divided Skirts of Woven Textile Fabrics 385
5.3.113 Womens and Girls Trousers, Bib and Brace Overalls, Breeches, and Shorts of Woven Textile Fabrics 385
5.3.114 Wood Railway and Tramway Sleepers and Cross-Ties 385
5.3.115 Worked Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys 385
5.3.116 Worked Lead and Lead Alloys 386
5.3.117 Worked or Shaped Coniferous Wood 386
5.3.118 Worked or Shaped Non-Coniferous Wood 386
5.3.119 Worked Tin and Tin Alloys 387
5.3.120 Yarn Made of Wool or Animal Hair 387
5.3.121 Zinc Ores and Concentrates 387
6 DISCLAIMERS, WARRANTEES, AND USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS 388
6.1 Disclaimers & Safe Harbor 388
6.2 ICON Group International, Inc. User Agreement Provisions 389

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