The formal trade exchange between Haiti and the neighboring Dominican Republic reportedly reached 888.33 million dollars in 2017.
More than 90 percent of these resources corresponded to products imported to this country, while 36.61 percent, which includes items for fishing, tobacco, as well as equipment accessories, are exported to the Dominican Republic.
According to the National Statistics Office of Santo Domingo, formal trade between both nations rose by 6.5 percent compared to 2016, however, it remains below the figures of 2015, when it reached one billion dollars. Continue reading
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