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Haitian companies will explore the Dominican market – El Caribe newspaper

FEDOCAMARAS invites you to participate in a business mission of five Haitian companies that will explore the Dominican market

Santo Domingo, RD. A delegation of five Haitian companies will explore the Dominican market in search of marketing their products and services.

The Caribbean Export Development Agency joins the European Union delegation in the Dominican Republic, the delegation of the Office of the National Authorization Officer of the European Development Fund (BONFED), the Ministry of Cooperation and Planning of the Dominican Republic (MEPyD) and the Dominican Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Production (FEDOCAMARAS), to participate in the launch of the trade mission: “Business Opportunity with Haitian Companies”, which will be held on the virtual platform Zoom, next Friday, May 7, from 10 am. To 12 pm

This initiative aims to introduce the products of 5 leading production companies in the Haitian market and share information on business opportunities with Haitian companies, using chambers of commerce in the Dominican Republic as a space, led by the provinces of Puerto Plata on May 7, Barahona on May 14, La Vega on May 21, no Altagracia on May 28 and ends on Friday 4 June with Samana County.

The bilateral cooperation program between Haiti and the Dominican Republic is financed by the European Union. It also seeks to support economic integration between the two neighboring countries, and to support them in their development.

This dual-national program was launched in 2012 and has allocated more than 50 million euros. It was donated to facilitate the integration of the two economies and respond to the need to coordinate economic relations, while keeping pace – structurally – of the bilateral national political dialogue.

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eleventh. The Fed will emphasize market penetration, value chain and supply chain professionals, traceability, access to finance, and the promotion of green energy and energy efficiency as key factors in reducing costs and in a mechanism with a more focused business approach.

The main axes of the program revolve around trade facilitation and customs coordination (managed by the Caribbean Export Corporation), environmental promotion and local development, support for the two technical secretariats of the bilateral joint committee and the establishment of a bi-national observatory.