RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL -Bolivia is seeking to negotiate better payment terms with Brazil for the sale of gas, having recently reached an agreement with Argentina that would bring the country more than US$100 million.
The Minister of Hydrocarbons and Energy, Franklin Molina Ortiz, said that after the bilateral meeting between President Luis Arce and his Argentine counterpart Alberto Fernandez on Thursday, an agreement was reached that guarantees gas exports to the neighboring country for the winter and “the best price in history” for Bolivia to sell additional quantities of this resource.
“This agreement guarantees the highest price in . . .