‘Solid’ trade: Trinidad & Tobago US$319.9M, Dominican Rep. US$31.3M
Geneva.- Dominican representative before the World Trade Organization (WTO) Katrina Naut on Tues. labeled trade between her country and Trinidad and Tobago as solid.
She said Dominican exports to that Caribbean nation in 2018 exceeded US$31.3 million, and include sauces, bananas, candles and cigars.
The official said imports in 2018 reached US$319.9 million, mainly oil and other petroleum products, according to Customs figures.
Dominican Republic participated in the IV Trade Policy Review of Trinidad and Tobago, where it was evaluated as a positive effort to diversify and improve the competitiveness of its economy, the implementation of sector policies in electronic commerce, the national quality system and the Electronic One-stop Window system.