Dominican Republic Suspends Wire Imports from C.A.

The Government ordered a temporary suspension of wire and cable imports from Central America.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Dominican Republic's Treasury Secretary announced they will gather the administrative council for the Central American FTA, to define what is considered as a 'special fiscal regime'. Dominican industrial businessmen have complained about wire imports from Costa Rica that don't comply with the FTA rules of origin.

"This way, we could solve the conflict that has arisen between Dominican producers and importers of wire and cable from Costa Rica", published Listindiario.com.



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