November 12, 2019
The resignation of Bolivia's former president, Evo Morales, could encourage more foreign investors to come to the country, especially if the opposition wins expected elections and sets about improving the government's fiscal accounts.
"The events are positive, but it remains to be seen how the elections play out and who will prevail," said a fund manager in London. "If there are signs that changes will come, more investors will be interested in the country."
Morales stepped down on Sunday after
Next administration has to cut spending and lower debt to regain credibility and set up a possible return to the cross-border bond market, according to sources