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The Bolivian government's development plan is ambitious, in particular in the areas of hydrocarbons, mining, electricity and infrastructure, according to an IMF country report.
"While strategic control of these sectors would remain in the hands of the state, the authorities favor entering into partnerships with the private sector for the implementation of the plan, with a view to improving access to modern forms of management, technology and financing," the report reads.
The report adds, however, "the implementation of investment projects has suffered delays, while private investment remains low, reflecting in part uncertainties over the legal framework and a high tax burden in strategic sectors."
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