Bolivia, located in central South America, has a population of 10 million people.
Bolivia has 38 official languages, including Spanish, Quechua, Aymara, Guaraní, and 34 other native languages. Most businesspeople speak Spanish.
The Republic of Bolivia is a multiparty republic with two legislative houses, lead by a President who is both chief of state and head of government.
78% of the Bolivian population follow Roman Catholicism, while 19% follow Protestantism. Protestantism and traditional indigenous beliefs are experiencing expansive growth. Catholicsim is the official religion, but religious freedom is guaranteed by law.
The currency is the Boliviano.