Dominicans must adopt an export culture to maximize potential
Santo Domingo.- Dominican Exporters Association (ADOEXPO), president Álvaro Sousa Sevilla on Thurs. stressed the country’s riches in products and services that can taken in a sustainable and competitive manner to foreign markets, and urged a continued commitment to join efforts to create an “export culture.”
Sousa’s satement formed part of the panel “The integral strategy for the promotion of exports and competitiveness,” hosted by ADOEXPO at Hotel Embajador, including Customs director Enrique Ramírez, National Export Bank manager Guarocuya Felix, Exports and Investment Center directo Luis Enrique Molina, and National Competitiveness Council director Rafael Paz.
Also present were Presidency Administrative minister, José Ramón Peralta, among other cabinet officials.
“The export culture aims to engage our best attributes and charms, and spread them to every corner of the world, being an invitation to every Dominican businessman to provide a quality product or service with international standards, and a commitment to convert the labeling ‘Made or Grown in RD’ into a national pride,” the head of ADOEXPO said.
“At ADOEXPO, we’re continuously working to facilitate, streamline and simplify, together with various public and private sector entities, the export process for Dominican companies,” said the business leader added.