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Bolivian

Drug slang
noun A regionally popular term for cocaine.

Vox populi
adjective Referring to a person or thing from Bolivia.

noun A person from Bolivia.
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IFC has been supporting financial institutions in Bolivia through its trade finance program.
legislation, the determination that Bolivia has failed demonstrably to make substantial efforts to adhere to its obligations under international counternarcotics agreements and to take counternarcotics measures set forth in the FAA, does not result in the withholding of humanitarian and counternarcotics assistance.
More information about Bolivia is available from the Department of State and other sources, some of which are listed here:
According to a survey by the Catholic University of Chile in 2012, 54 percent of the population asserted that Chile owes nothing to Bolivia; while 28 percent think Bolivia should have the right to use Chilean commercial ports and 11 percent conceding that Chile should give up part of its territory to their neighbor.
The Bolivian suit asks the International Court of Justice to rule that Chile has the obligation to negotiate, in good faith, with Bolivia a prompt and effective agreement to grant fully sovereign access to the Pacific Ocean.
However, Morales cannot ignore relations with Argentina, which borders Bolivia on the south.
The reason why Morales has gained so much credibility inside and outside Bolivia is because up to now he has listened to his people's needs in his governing.
During the 2002 election Manuel Rocha, the US Ambassador to Bolivia at the time, publicly warned that "if you elect those who want Bolivia to become a major cocaine exporter again, this will endanger the future of US assistance to Bolivia.
Evo Morales, a populist who positioned himself as champion of the rights of the indigenous poor in Bolivia, was elected president last December.
Among the supporting facts the BBC offers are: Bolivia is landlocked; it's the country with the highest elevation in South America; it has the biggest population of indigenous people in South America (approximately two-thirds of the population), and it is one of the poorest countries in South America.
and multinational conglomerates, not to mention a proposed pipeline to export Bolivia's natural gas to the United States and the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas--have all wrought the resistance of indigenous and non-indigenous social movements throughout Bolivia.
A thriving silver industry existed in southern Bolivia about 1,000 years ago, according to a new study.