Dominican exports will close 2021 with US$11.9B
Adoexpo assures exports demonstrate the sector’s resilience in times of crisis
The president of the Dominican Export Association (Adoexpo) reported this Monday that 2021 is a record year for exports, which shows the resilience of the sector in times of crisis.
Elizabeth Mena indicated that in the months of January-October, Dominican exports totaled US $ 9,738,832,312, which represents a growth of 20.74% compared to January-October 2020 and 16.64% compared to January-October 2019.
“According to estimates, this 2021 we will close with about US $ 11,887 million, representing a 20.5% growth if we compare it with 2020 and 17.51% in 2019,” said Mena.
The owner of Adoexpo offered her statements within the framework of the 2021 Export Resilience Awards and the presentation of the Export Check UP tool.
In this activity, several companies were awarded in equal numbers, seven categories, in a ceremony led by President Luis Abinader, directors of the association, and representatives of the export sector.
Regarding Export Check-Up, Mena pointed out that Adoexpo works to achieve macro-level transformations so that companies can boost their activities in international trade with this tool that, rather than verifying standards in all of Latin America, will allow exporters to see their level. compliance and take the necessary measures to access and stay in the most rigorous markets.