Bolivia counts with a population of more than 10 million inhabitants and an area of 1.098.581 sq/km divided in a diversity of climates and topography.


It counts with various urban centers from which La Paz, Cochabamba and Santa Cruz stand out.


Its commercial structure developed at a slower pace compared to the regional average, due to political and historical factors, aggravated by the handicap of being landlocked and with an insufficient structure for land or river access.


The globalization has given an impulse to overcome those conditions. With an interesting internal market and a growing commerce of border tourism, the country has a very interesting commercial potential.


Precisely our commercial experience in a market that has undergone a similar process (Paraguay), is what drove us to develop the project of a commercial platform in Bolivia.


The country has undergone deep structural changes in the last decade of the 20th century and faces difficult and important tasks in the coming years, but keen eyes can see the promissory future of Bolivia.