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National Institute of Statistics of Bolivia

National Institute of Statistics
Instituto Nacional de Estadística
Agency overview
Formed April 30, 1970 (1970-04-30)
Preceding agencies
  • General Director of Statistics and Censuses (1936–70)
  • National Office of Immigration, Statistics, and Geographics Propaganda (1896–1936)
  • Statistics Bureau (1863–96)
Jurisdiction Government of Bolivia
Headquarters La Paz, Bolivia
Motto Technical entity responsible for producing, analyzing, and disseminating official statistics and quality, as well as regulate, coordinate, and promote the national statistical system for the development
Website Official website

The Instituto Nacional de Estadística de Bolivia or National Institute of Bolivia Statistics is a branch of the Government of Bolivia which specifically collects factual data in the country of Bolivia in South America. The Institute compiles statistics ranging from the area of its provinces and municipalities to population structure, and demographics and education. It also provides information on transport services and industry and salary details and electricity rates.[1]

References

  1. ^ Official site

[1] Statistics of Bolivia (English language)


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