Boliviano


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Boliviano

The currency of Bolivia. It was introduced in 1987, replacing the peso boliviano at a ratio of 1 million pesos to one boliviano. It is a floating currency.
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La democracia desde los margenes: transformaciones en el campo politico boliviano, La Paz: Muela del Diablo.
President Mesa moved to cap public pension payments at 8,000 bolivianos per month, which is slightly more than US$1,000.
Brazilian airline Vasp will sell its shares in the Ecuadorian airline Ecuatoriana de Aviacion and Bolivia's Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB) in order to help the carrier's financial problems.
Grantee: Instituto Boliviano de InvestigaciEn Forestal
SUCH FACTORS INCLUDE, AMONG OTHERS: FLUCTUATIONS IN THE SPOT AND FORWARD PRICE OF SILVER, GOLD, BASE METALS OR CERTAIN OTHER COMMODITIES (SUCH AS NATURAL GAS, FUEL OIL AND ELECTRICITY); FLUCTUATIONS IN THE CURRENCY MARKETS (SUCH AS THE PERUVIAN SOLE, MEXICAN PESO ARGENTINE PESO AND BOLIVIAN BOLIVIANO VERSUS THE U.
Lloyd Aereo Boliviano is vociferously fighting Lan's push for more of the Bolivian market.
Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB) has unveiled the only business class service in and out of Bolivia.
Prior to joining Alaska Airlines, Captain Hansen flew for Braniff Int'l and Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (Cochabamba, Bolivia).
AITAL, the International Association of Latin American Airlines, was founded in 1980 and today has 17 member airlines in the Southern Hemisphere, including: Aerolineas Argentinas (Argentina), Aeromexico (Mexico), Aeropostal (Venezuela), Aserca (Venezuela), Avianca-Sam (Colombia), Copa (Panama), Cubana de Aviacion (Cuba), Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (Bolivia), Mexicana de Aviacion (Mexico), Pluna (Uruguay), Tame (Ecuador), LanChile (Chile), Southern Winds (Argentina), Grupo Taca (Central America), TAM (Brazil), TAM Mercosur (Paraguay) and Varig (Brazil).
Featured guest artists include Jamaican limbo dancer Carol Campbell, Renacer Boliviano Folkloric Dance Troupe, Vatra Croatian Tamburitzan Orchestra, Japanese Kogen Taiko Drummers, Spanish guitarist Michael Hauser with Flamenco dancers, Mariachi Mexico, Paraguayan harpist Nicholas Carter, Swiss Alpine hornblower Marvin McCoy, Irish musician Martin McHugh, Brazilian guitarist Pavel Jany, and Tanzanian storyteller Tololwa Mollel.
This problem was magnified when looking at the company's results in dollars because of the sharp devaluation of the Chilean peso, Peruvian Sol and Bolivian boliviano versus the U.