IFC’s strategy in Bolivia focuses on priority areas that can accelerate economic growth, and reduce poverty and inequality. Since Bolivia became a member of IFC in 1956, IFC has invested $630.4 million in the country’s private sector, including $161.3 million in mobilization.*
IFC provides advisory services and invests in high-impact projects insectors such as financial services, agribusiness, and forestry. IFC aims to support small and medium business in two ways: first, by increasing their access to finance; and second, by streamlining registration processes to encourage entry into the formal sector.
*As of October 1, 2013
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