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Santo Domingo.- The Airport Security and Civil Aviation (CESAC) agencies heightened security at all of the country’s international airports Thursday, after Washington issued alerts on possible threat of bombs hidden in airlines passengers’ shoes.

CESAC director Miguel Paulino said security agents have been instructed to carry out thorough inspections of passengers’ shoes and their luggage before boarding.

He said the controls and manual and automatic checks of travelers bound for the United States and Europe were increased.

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Written by: josean This user is banned, 21 Feb 2014 11:40 AM
From: United States, Guillermo President 2016 Because Our Future Depends On It!

We better boost Security at Reserve Bank as well; Oh no not another major bank failure Engineered by the PLD!


BanReservas, bajo el escrutinio de las firmas Moody's y Fitch Ratings

SANTO DOMINGO. The Reserve Bank reported a financial performance for 2013 that includes an impressive growth rate of their net profits of 112.5 %, and a sharp increase in their income relative to the costs, which is reflected in an improvement in their banking efficiency indicator, and a strong increase in revenues relative to the costs, which is reflected in an improvement in its indicator of banking efficiency of 81 %, in 2012, to 69.8 % last year.

But the risk rating agencies Moody's and Fitch Ratings have another story to tell, where they suggest that there was too much makeup in the presentation of so much beauty in that state bank.

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