China - Dominican Republic Trade Promotion

The embassy of the Asian country in Santo Domingo will focus on attracting Chinese investors and offering facilities for Dominican entrepreneurs to develop their business in China.

Monday, June 11, 2018

Fu Xinrong, Chargé d'Affaires at the Diplomatic Mission, informed that "... the Embassy will have more functions with the integration of Political Advisers and Economic and Commercial Affairs, as well as a Military Attaché, with the consular service being the most noteworthy."

See also: "Dominican Republic and China: New opportunities"

The representative of the embassy explained that as a result of the new diplomatic relations, the Dominican Republic will be able to access funds from the Chinese government this year, which will focus on cooperation in the areas of politics and security, infrastructure and transport, trade, finance, agriculture and industry, among other things.

"... The Chinese government will cooperate with financing in the areas of politics and security, infrastructure and transport, trade, investment and finance, agriculture, industry, science and technology, environmental issues, and cultural exchange, among others."

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