British Chamber to Dominicans on Brexit
Santo Domingo.- The British Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic (BRITCHAM) on Thursday announced a seminar in the heels of his country’s recent referendum and decision to pull out of the European Union, ‘Brexit.’
It said the move could open opportunities for bilateral trade by negotiating new bilateral agreements with the United Kingdom,
In an emailed statement, BRITCHAM said the UK’s demand for Dominican products and services will continue regardless of recent results, “so it’s important to achieve preferential bilateral agreements to strengthen relations, bilateral trade and British investment in the country.”
“The result of Brexit poses new scenarios for all involved. These new scenarios offer potential opportunities to further strengthen the already important role that Dominican products and services play in the UK. That’s why we look at this outcome closely, and we reiterate our commitment to continue to promote, facilitate and increase the exchange between the two countries,” said BRITCHAM president Jose A. Rodriguez.
July 2, 2016
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