- n the basic unit of money in Bolivia; equal to 100 centavos
- The experts guess that the boliviano's realistic rate will turn out to be 7,000 or 8,000.
- The boliviano's inflation is not yet a classic like the German mark after World War I, when prices multiplied 1.
- The boliviano has come down from its crazy peak of 13,000 to the dollar, and has been averaging 7,700.
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- No-Fly Zone: The Last Days Of A Once Soaring Airline
In photos, what’s left of Bolivia’s LAB airline, the grounded former source of national pride and global style. Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (LAB) was once the pride of Bolivia, a symbol of modernization, technological progress, and international glamour for the landlocked Andean nation. Founded in 1925 by German émigrés, LAB is among the oldest operating airlines in the world--though operating might ...
Aug. 28, 2013 - Fast Company Magazine