U.S. companies are expanding and opening new plants in the Dominican Republic as they diversify their supply chains, moves that will help offset the economic impact of the new coronavirus pandemic, the Dominican economy minister said.
Free zones in this Caribbean country make giving back to their communities a competitive edge in attracting investment.
More than 700 companies from around the world are part of the new way of doing business in the Caribbean.
President Danilo Medina recognizes contributions of companies and operators of industrial parks who have helped make the DR one of the hottest economies in the Latin American/Caribbean Region (LAC).
The DR is a regional business hub and regarded today as the most important manufacturing hub in the Latin American/Caribbean region (LAC).