Government insists it met with Free Trade requirements
27 December 2005
Santo Domingo.- The Dominican government reiterated today that the country “met the requirements” and “is ready” to enter the Free Trade Agreement with Central America and the United States (DR-CAFTA), but that it decided to postpone entering free trade until next July.
According to Francisco Javier Garcia, thanks to intense efforts to contact important economic and legislative sectors in the country and the United States to adhere to the commercial accord, the country gained broad support in economic and legislative sectors of the United States.
This past week, the Dominican government decided to postpone until July 1st entering free trade.