Dominicans can tap into Trinidad & Tobago’s US$4.0B food bill
José Serulle Ramia.
Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic’s ambassador to Trinidad & Tobago on Thur. announced the coordination of a visit of a trade and business mission to his country from September 6 to 9.
José Serulle Ramia said Trinidad & Tobago buys, annually, in around US$4.0 billion worth of food from several countries,” a market in which Dominican producers and entrepreneurs can materialize important business.”
“The commercial and business mission that will visit the country at the beginning of September aims to explore the possibilities of investing and purchase of Dominican products that the English-speaking Caribbean nation isn’t producing at the moment,” the diplomat said in a statement.