The Director General of Customs, Eduardo Sanz Lovaton, stated this morning that eThe trade volume with Haiti is 1,200 million US dollars, an estimated $100 million per month.
Sanz Lovaton referred to the situation after making sure that when President Louis Abenader took office, the binational markets were closed due to the pandemic, but work began immediately to reactivate them.
add that These markets were operating until today, which were closed due to the current situation in the neighboring country after the assassination of its president, Jovenel Moise.Therefore, to reopen it, it will be essential to see how Haiti is developing at this moment in time.
It is noteworthy that Abenader ordered the closure of the border with Haiti after Moise was killed at dawn on Wednesday.
24 hours dispatch
Sans Lovaton spoke after giving a press conference to talk about 24-hour dispatch, a system that has already dispatched 2,790 containers at the ports of Haina and DP World Caucedo.
The head of customs revealed that With this dispatch, it is expected that by 2021, the Dominican logistics chain will be able to save about R$500 million. By 2022, about NT$1,300 million
Sans Lovaton said a committee responsible for evaluating the methodology would be set up to determine how to distribute a A$2,000 million credit facility to importers of some agricultural inputs as President Luis Abenader ordered yesterday after introducing some measures to address. High prices in the country.