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In Bolivia, there are 40.49 ATMs per 100,000 people (IMF, 2018)

Oct. 21, 2019 Share Source
The statistic comes from the International Monetary Fund's 9th Financial Access Survey (FAS) results, published in September 28th, 2018.

According to the IMF's FAS indicator dataset, the Latin American country of Bolivia is one of the countries with the lowest number of ATMs in relation to its population at 40.49 ATMs per 100,000 people (IMF, 2018).

According to the IMF, the ratio of ATMs per 100,000 people has been increased from 31 ATMs in 2013 to 41 in 2019, however, the rate at which the ATM numbers increased slowed since 2016.

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Last Updated: Nov. 7, 2019

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