Dominican Govt.’s first trade mission off to China
Santo Domingo.- The Dominican Government’s first trade mission will travel tomorrow Friday to China, where the delegates will analyze the Asian nation’s trade agreements with other countries in Latin America and Caribbean.
During their stay, Dominican Govt. representatives will focus on the presentation of a work strategy based on nine topics: infrastructure, financing, cooperation, trade and exports, free zones, technological research and training.
Quoted by Listín Diario, Export and Investment Center (CEI-RD) director Marius de León aid the delegates include the Administrative ministries of the Presidency, Industry and Commerce, Environment and Tourism, of the Treasury and the Dominican Port Authority as well.