Why invest in Bolivia?

Learn why Bolivia is attractive to foreign investors through a series of interviews and panel discussions with guest speakers

  • Excellent mineral endowment and prospectivity: strong potential for Tier 1 discoveries.
  • Underexplored geologically: limited ‘modern’ exploration.
  • Mining is a key economic driver: 47% of exports in 2020, doubled year-over-year.
  • New government seeking foreign investment.
  • First movers in countries that are underexplored gain access to premier projects and build strategic relationships with communities and governments.
  • Increasing international interest to participate in Bolivia’s, economic growth.
  • Major active operators in Bolivia: Pan American Silver, Sumitomo, Shell, Repsol, Petrobras, Total, AB InBev, Schlumberger, Cargill, Millicom, Roche, Abbott, Nestle, etc.

We invite you to learn more about mining rights in Bolivia HERE

Bolivia: A Rising Star in South America

Panel discussion at the Rule Symposium 2021

Featuring Dr. Mark Cruise, New Pacific Metals CEO, and Pablo Ordoñez, partner at PPO Abogados, a leading Bolivian law firm. Learn how this overlooked, resource-rich district is on the rise as the Bolivian government encourages much-needed foreign investment.

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Bolivia: The Opportunity Awaits

Educational Series

Join New Pacific Metals for a special series about Bolivia! Each episode will take a deep dive into what it is like to explore, develop and mine in today’s Bolivia as we learn from the experience of our guest speakers.

Part 1: Dr. Mark Cruise, CEO of New Pacific Metals, discusses the operating environment in Bolivia and the opportunities it presents

Part 2: Join Ian Thompson, A PDAC board member, author and consultant, as he discusses his 30 years of experience in Bolivia advancing the CSR standards of social license to operate in the mining industry

Part 3: Join Carlos Pinto, a senior partner at PPO Abogados, a leading Bolivian law firm, as he shares his thoughts on positive mining reforms, and how the economic climate and legal security make Bolivia attractive for foreign investment

Part 4: Join Daniel Lafuente from Cumbre del Sajama, a Bolivian CSR firm, as he shares his experience with projects that support the social, economic, labor and environmental development of the mining industry in Bolivia

Why Bolivia?