Is Bolivia communism?
No it is a democratic country but if you are thinking in travelling to Bolivia visit www.itraveladventures.net they have very nice adventures trip I recommend it
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Natural gas and agricultural products. Bolivia exports lots of Mineral, Oil, Fruits, wheat, Coffe, wool, wood, seeds, etc, and also The biggest will be Lithium Batteries and L…Ithium itself. Bolivia primarily depends on mineral exports which are zinc and natural gas. tin, silver, and zinc. gold, petroleum, natural gasses. But Bolivia is still a poor country about two-thirds live in poverty
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The three largest indigenous groups of Bolivia are the Aymara, Quechua and Guarani, although in Bolivia there are nearly 30 native indigenous groups including the MoxeÃ±os, …SirionÃ³, Uru Uru, Tiahuanacotas and others. Many people think Bolivians are descendants of the Inca. The Inca, from further North than the territory now occupied by Bolivia, moved down into the area and defeated the Aymara, assimilating and mixing with them, which is why the Aymara often describe themselves as descendants of the Inca. The people of Bolivia are not all indigenous, however. Most are mestizo (a mix of races or nationalities. Even those who identify with Aymara or Quechua descent are mostly mestizo). There are many descendants of Spanish (most Bolivians have some Spanish ancestry), Germans, Jewish, Swiss, Italians, Americans, Canadians, Brazilians, Lebanon, Japan, Korea, China, and more.
\nmining, smelting, petroleum, food and beverages, tobacco, handicrafts, clothing
about three times the size of Montana 424,164 square miles
They import some beer, rice, car, shoes,
Bolivia is a country, not a person. It was named after Simon Bolivar. well Bolivia is located in south America if you were wondering.
Bolivia's main exports include natural gas (with Argentina and Brazil as the main buyers), zinc, and soybeans. Other exports include coffee, sugar, cotton, corn timber, sunflo…wer seeds (for oil), organic chocolate, and coca. However, in most countries coca leaves are illegal to posses because they are processed to create cocaine. In The US, the following companies are registered with the DEA to legally import coca leaves: Stephen Company, Coca-Cola, Johnson Matthey, Inc, Pharmaceutical Materials; Mallinckrodt Inc; Penick Corporation; and the Research Triangle Institute.
No. Bolivia is in South America.
They are people living in Peru, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil.
Winter in Bolivia is June, July and August. See the related links for more.
yes, There are 2000 Muslims in Bolivia (constituting