IMF pleased with economic growth nearing 8% in Dominican Republic

The International Monetary Fund’s latest assessment of the economy in the Dominican Republic suggests the country is experiencing growth rates far exceeding that of many of its Caribbean neighbours.

After charting figures of nearly 8 per cent last year, the Fund says the country’s economy should see growth this year, of at least five percent.

The International Monetary Fund’s latest review of the Dominican Republic’s economy was to assess how the country has been performing under its standby loan arrangement with the institution. Read more on here

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