LatinNews Daily - 28 March 2023

In brief: Bolivia’s tax take rises

* Bolivia’s Zenón Mamani, a deputy finance minister, has announced that the tax take in 2022 totalled B$58.67bn (US$8.49bn), representing a 20% increase on 2021. Mamani said that this followed a 15% yearly increase in the tax haul in 2021, and stated that “the economy has been reactivated, it’s being rebuilt” following the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and what he described as the “bad economic management” of the Jeanine Áñez administration (2019-2020), which he said caused tax take to fall by 23% in 2020.

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