Economy February 8, 2018 | 8:30 pm

IMF mission, big business mull the Dominican economy’s performance

Santo Domingo.- The National Business Council (CONEP) on Thurs. met with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission that is in the country to analyze the Dominican economy’s performance and the perspective for productive sectors.

They discussed the challenges of the current economic model, macroeconomic and sectoral policies, as well as the projections and expectations of the Dominican business sector for the coming years.

In a statement, the CONEP said the country’s continued progress in structural reforms and changes in the current economic model are important. “It has been repeatedly pointed out by the business community and that are key to achieving greater productivity and well-being in the country.”

In the meeting IMF mission leader Aliona Cebotari was accompanied by her team.

CONEP president Pedro Brache was accompanied by its vice president Cesar Dargam and business leaders José Manuel Vicente, José Tomás Contreras, José Manuel Torres, Katherine Cabral and María Pezzotti.

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