Local March 1, 2013 | 8:13 am

Government shouldn’t send wrong signals abroad, big business warns

Santo Domingo.- The country’s major companies grouped in the Conep warned Thursday that the government must be cautious on what signals it sends to avoid harming the country’s business environment and jeopardizing its image abroad.

The statement is Conep’s reaction to president Danilo Medina’s in his speech before Congress, warning Barrick Gold to renegotiate the contract or face a future windfall tax on the Canadian miner’s exports.

Conep said the country needs a state with a long-term adherence to the law and the rules that promote sustainable national development.

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