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The Dominican Republic’s growth plan

Ahead of the annual meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank, Silvia Pavoni, economics editor at The Banker, travelled to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, to chair a discussion about the country’s fast growth and its plans for a sustainable economic development.

Discussion points:

• Macroeconomic performance
• Social policy and development
• Focus on tourism
• Finance and banking
• Foreign direct investment

Participants:
• Enrique Ramirez Paniagua, CEO, Banco de Reservas
• Fernando Capellan, executive president, Grupo M and CODEVI
• Gustavo Cisneros, chairman, Cisneros Group
• Jose Miguel Gonzalez Cuadra, executive president, CCN
• Reuven Bigio, CEO and vice-chairman, GB Group

The Dominican growth plan

 Ahead of the annual meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank, Silvia Pavoni travelled to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, to chair a discussion about the country's fast growth and its plans for a sustainable economic development. The conversation was filmed and sponsored by BanReservas.
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The rise of the Dominican Republic

March 1, 2016

The Dominican Republic has forged its international reputation around tourism, but its diverse economy is bringing in investment in sectors as varied as telecommunications and textiles, while the country's president is setting to work on educational standards. Key players from the Dominican Republic discuss the country's promise in a Leadership Series roundtable discussion that was sponsored by BanReservas and independently written by The Banker.

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