Dominican Republic and China hold meeting to promote trade and investment

The Dominican Republic and the People’s Republic of China recently held their inaugural meeting of the Mixed Commission for Economic, Trade, and Investment Cooperation. This historic meeting took place in the Dominican Republic and covered various topics, including the economic situation of both countries, bilateral economic and trade relations, investment opportunities, and priority cooperation projects.

The meeting was led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Roberto Álvarez, and the Minister of Economy, Planning, and Development, Pavel Isa, alongside Wang Shouwen, the representative of International Trade Negotiations and vice minister of the Ministry of Commerce of China.

Minister Roberto Álvarez expressed his satisfaction with the progress made during this first Mixed Commission, emphasizing the importance of strengthening trade and investment ties between the Dominican Republic and China.


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