Central Bank of Bolivia

Brief History

The Bank was created by Law N°. 632, enacted on 20 July 1928 during the government of President Hernando Siles. The institution was initially named Banco Central de la Nación Boliviana (Central Bank of Bolivian Nation). However, through an amendment to the Banking Law that took place on 20 April 1929, it was resolved that from that date onwards the Bank would be called with the actual denomination. A few weeks later, on 1 July 1929, the Central Bank of Bolivia officially started

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