Morales' TCP, part II
Today, however, the Institute of Foreign Commerce notes that Bolivia already has trade agreements with both Venezuela and Cuba. Moreover, Bolivian exports to Cuba on 2005 amounted to an impressive $5291. Those are not millions, by the way. Bolivia exported a miserable five thousand dollars to Cuba. As I asked yesterday: how is this an alternative to the American market?
According to Choquehuanca, the TCP goes beyond trade. It will be also "cultural", but he does not elaborate further. He also points out that coca would be exported to Cuba and Venezuela under the TCP (here, at the end of the article). Suddenly, under the light of these events (1, 2), the TCP starts showing a whole new meaning...
Bolivia, Bolivien, Evo, Evo Morales, Venezuela, Chavez, Hugo Chavez