Ex-president Fernandez strikes deal to boost business with India
New York.- Former president Leonel Fernández met with representatives from 14 companies of India based in the U.S. on Monday, and agreed to form a council to boost business exchange between their country and the Dominican Republic, EFE reports.
Fernandez said more than 10 Dominican business leaders also participated in the meeting. “This would make it possible to attract entrepreneurs from India to Dominican Republic, knowing our country’s regulatory framework, tax structure, strategic location and the advantage offering to invest in the Dominican Republic, in manufacturing and the services areas above all.”
The agreement would officially launch the Business Council between September and October and will have its headquarters in New York, with offices also in India and the Dominican Republic.
Fernandez added that a group of business leaders from India will visit the Dominican Republic in August, to follow up on the topic.
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