Tourism starts the China-Dominican Republic ball rolling
Santo Domingo.- The Presidency’s Administrative Minister heads meetings to discuss agreements where the country will be declared a tourism destination, streamline processes to export agro products and about Chinese investment in infrastructure projects.
José Ramón Peralta said high-level officials from the Dominican Republic and China have advanced this week on a series of issues and agreements that he affirms will have a positive impact on the Dominican economy, after the two countries formalized diplomatic and trade relations on Mon.
In a statement, Peralta said the meetings included officials from the Industry and Commerce Ministry, the Foreign Investment agency (CEI-RD) and the International Development Agency.
“In the meeting with the Deputy Minister of Commerce, Wang Shouwen, the topics of interest were about investment and infrastructure, and it was approved, in a relatively short time, to declare the Dominican Republic as a tourist destination of the Asian country.”