Central Bank of Bolivia

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Central Bank of Bolivia
Banco Central de Bolivia (in Spanish)
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HeadquartersLa Paz, Bolivia
Established20 July 1928; 90 years ago (1928-07-20)
PresidentPablo Ramos Sánchez
Central bank ofBolivia
CurrencyBolivian boliviano
BOB (ISO 4217)
Websitewww.bcb.gob.bo
The Banco Central de Bolivia building in La Paz
Banco Central de Bolivia logo.

The Central Bank of Bolivia (Spanish: Banco Central de Bolivia) is the central bank of Bolivia, responsible for monetary policy and the issuance of banknotes. The current president of the BCB is Pablo Ramos Sánchez [es].

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The bank was established by Law 632, passed on July 20, 1928. On April 20, 1929, its name was changed to Banco Central de Bolivia, and on July 1, 1929, the bank officially began operations.

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Coordinates: 16°29′50″S 68°08′04″W / 16.49722°S 68.13444°W / -16.49722; -68.13444