Santiago. The Santiago Chamber of Commerce and Production advocated greater motivation for new businesses and exports to help reverse the rate of public debt that prevailed before the pandemic.
The business entity, chaired by Carlos Iglesias, highlighted the importance of formalization and business ventures. He recalls that the indebtedness was increased to encourage economic activity during the years 2020 and 2021.
He predicts that by the year 2022 the country will be able to ratify and consolidate the results of the year 2021, especially due to the efforts of the authorities to maintain macroeconomic stability and due to the preferential place that the Dominican Republic occupies in the international context, especially tourism.
Through a note, it highlights the robustness shown by the Dominican economy and that is reflected at a time when there is evidence of a gradual decrease in the covid-19 pandemic.