Over the last decade, a commodities-fuelled boom and unorthodox economic policies transformed Bolivia from economic basket case into Latin America’s fastest-growing economy. But as natural gas prices fall and growth stutters, lawyers in La Paz are calling for the government to re-engage with the private sector by implementing attractive legislation that’s free from politics. Joe Rowley reports
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