Foreign investment in Dominican Republic
sets another record
Vista Cana, on the East coast, a sizeable
foreign investment. Image fernova.es
SANTO DOMINGO. - The director of the
Dominican Republic Export and Investment
Center (CEI-RD) said Thursday that foreign
investment in the country jumped to US$2.35
billion up to September or US$836.5 million
more than the US$1.5 billion in the same
period a year earlier.
Eddy Martinez said the figure sets a record
in new foreign capital inflow.
The official said the investments are the
result of the efforts and international
relations president Leonel Fernandez has
accomplished, which has motivated new
investments to come to the country.
Last year’s total US$1.7 billion was also a
record, attributed to the DR-Cafta trade
deal that took effect in 2007.
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