The day after their systematic refusal to sign at the foot of a “ Pact on Migrations “, a document drafted and submitted by the United Nations to the appreciation of many leaders of the planet, the Dominican authorities are now seeking to formalize a trade agreement with Haiti considered for them as a “ strategic partner ” while they do not want to jeopardize their national interest with such a UN project
Thursday, December 6, 2018 ((rezonodwes.com)) – Who says signing a commercial agreement, already sees the invasion in tidy order of Dominican products everywhere in Haiti which country , on the other hand, has almost nothing to export to the Dominican Republic despite the fact that a Haitian employer persists in making believe that one does not change a “ winning team “.
“ 005] The main objective of this agreement is to eliminate the obstacles and the irregular situations which affect for years the commercial relations between the two countries “, said Thursday the chancellor Dominican in an interview given to a group of students in Social Communication and Digital Press of the Technological Institute of Santo Domingo
Miguel Vargas Maldonado added that “ Haiti is a partner for the Dominican Republic and regretted that it had not been possible to establish an agreement which, in his view, would be beneficial not only for the Dominican Republic through exports of a larger number of products. but also for the neighboring nation which will then impose duties and taxes and benefit from the volume of trade . “
The Minister Maldonado pointed out that his country is much more involved in free trade agreements, specifying that with these alliances it can guarantee exports, strengthen the brand of Dominican products abroad and attract foreign direct investment
While waiting for the Haitian authorities to conclude a commercial agreement with them, the Dominican Chancellor revealed the possibility for his country to sign future agreements of the same kind with Chile, the Mexico and Cuba, and concretely, four agreements with the United Arab Emirates and three with Russia had already been signed.