22 June 2009 23:12 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS news)--Bolivia will invest $80m (€57.6m) for the construction of a petrochemical plant in the central province of Cochabamba to produce fertilizers, the Latin American Herald Tribune reported on Monday.
The project is part of the country’s $1bn investment plan created to expand the petrochemical industry over the next three years, the report said.
About 30% of the fertilizer produced will be sold domestically, with the rest exported to
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