APE cant control all people in the community...and at this time there is simply nothing to be gained…so therefore APE is left alone…for now…The advantage for SAC is that Bolivia has to pay a lot money for their nationalization…why? Because no money will come to Bolivia without that…so SAC might be ahead of the curve… however, APE is an interesting test case as well…because…Bolivia should know by now that their nationalization may be counter productive since the productivity in many mines had suffered after nationalisation:
In regards to the line written in red True. However they will be controlled by locals loyal to APE. People want to get out of the poverty and so they want jobs One of the ways to add jobs is to allow mining companies to grow in size so they can continue hiring.