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Santo Domingo.– The governments of the Dominican Republic and Haiti will add new members to the Joint Bilateral Commission in order to improve the investment climate and business between the two nations.

According to Presidency Administrative viceminister Enrique Ramirez, the new inclusion of entrepreneurs of the two countries will take place in February when President Danilo Medina officially visits the neighboring country for the first time.

Ramirez said the alliance between businessmen of the two nations will create jobs and contribute to the reduction of Haitian migration to the Dominican Republic.

Thursday, President Medina met at the National Palace with Haitian entrepreneurs Gilbert and Kelvin Bigio, owners of GB Group and all the Texaco stations operating in the country.

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Written by: josean, 21 Jan 2013 11:19 AM
From: United States, Fighting the Dictatorship of the Narco PLD Mafia; Guillermo Moreno President 2016

The Narco Lie-onel/PLD Plan for Unification is in Full Swing!

Written by: rokete, 30 Jan 2013 3:55 PM
From: Dominican Republic, (( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL ! )) The only thing necessary for the triumph of Haitian evil is for good Dominican men to do nothing.

The government spends RD$1.04 Billion pesos, on Haitian illegals health care.

How many Dominicans are in need of that money?

How many Dominican would benefit if that money is spent on education?

How many Dominicans would benefit if that money is spent on their health care??

How many Dominicans would put food on their tables ??

How many bridges would be build in DR??

How many roads paved??

How many schools build??

How many houses build??

How many hospitals ??

How many Kilo Watt of energy produced??

How many dams build??

How many canals for irrigation??

How many docks??

These are the kind of thing some people don't want to understand.

The Dominican Republic is a very poor country.

We cannot have the luxury of spending that kind of money on the health care of illegal Haitians, while our own people are in need of those funds.


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