Canadians to build greenhouses in Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo.- A group of Canadian business investors with an interest in farming and greenhouse installation in the Dominican Republic met with Presidency Administrative minister José Ramón Peralta on Wednesday, to update him on the projects they have in mind.
Gerard Trudeau, a Canadian businessman based in the country, said that the investment climate was favorable for working in the Dominican Republic and although he did not specify the size of the investment in his projects, he said that the capital investment that they had in mind exceeded several tens of millions of dollars.
The director of the Dominican Republic Center for Export and Investment (CEI-RD), Jean Alain Rodríguez, who accompanied the investors, said that the greenhouse construction would take place in several locations around the country, mainly in the Central region.
Last weekend, president Danilo Medina visited Trudeau’s company ‘Flowers of Jarabacoa’ in the community of Sabaneta in Jarabacoa.
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