Panama and the Dominican Republic Analyze Trade Agreement

Authorities in both countries are looking to improve the tariffs, which average around 17%, of more than 80% of export products.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Double taxation of products and the tariff situation are the main topics of the meeting to be held next week between the negotiating committee of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of Panama and representatives from the Dominican Republic, with the aim of improving trade relations and increase trade.

According to Laestrella.com.pa, "Trade with the Dominican Republic amounted to $72 million; $55 million in imports and $17 million in exports. Among the goods exported to the island are: fresh fish meat, frozen fish fillets, alcohol, drugs, lead in bulk with antimony, metal shears and similar tools, eggs for hatching, juice, condiments and seasonings, and others."



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