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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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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.
Bolivia has 13 FTZs for commercial and industrial use located in El Alto, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz, Oruro, Puerto Aguirre, Desaguadero, and Cobija.
Our long-term partnership with Banco de Credito de Bolivia helps to reach low-income sectors of the population and to create a more inclusive financial sector in the country," said Carlos Leiria Pinto, head of IFC for the Andean region.
Bolivia maintains an embassy in the United States at 3014 Massachusetts Ave.
Beyond the specific expectations of Bolivia, they have no rights over Chilean territory, nor its seas, and that is going to be our position," said Bulnes, ambassador of Chile to the U.
Many of the products AHA Bolivia produces, such as alpaca sweaters, recyclable plastic totes, and crochet toys, have been featured in magazines such as ELLE, Glamour, and Vanidades.
Bolivia's Foreign Ministry said it was unaware of Vahidi's visit to Bolivia until he arrived.
It will not be easy for Morales and Garcia Linera to improve growth and development in Bolivia, particularly because of international pressure and scepticism.
Chile y Bolivia son distintos y actuan de manera diferente.
There hasn't been a lot of appetite for trade credit insurance in strategic sectors, such as oil and gas, for some time" in Bolivia, Minor told Best's Review.
You may have heard of him, Evo Morales, the newly elected president of Bolivia.
As if Bolivia does not have enough problems to occupy his attention, Morales appears to see himself as the new Che Guevara who will take Marxist "liberation" to the entire hemisphere.