Executive President of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration to visit Dominican Republic

The executive president of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), Dante Mossi, will visit the Dominican Republic this month to continue developing the business sector, strengthen existing relations and support the country’s cultural activities.

During his visit, the official will review the bank’s initiatives in the country, which seek to boost the national and regional economies, and which also contribute to the strengthening of social inclusion and environmental sustainability, according to an institutional communiqué.

Among the latest projects promoted by CABEI in the Dominican Republic are the construction of the Monte Grande dam in the southern part of the country and the development of a safe and efficient rail transportation network between the cities of Santiago de los Caballeros and Santo Domingo.

During his stay in the country, Mr. Mossi will complete a program of meetings with senior Dominican government officials, visits to supervise the works under construction and work meetings with private sector entities.

The CABEI Executive President will be accompanied by a group of board members and CABEI executives.

Forum

Promoting the importance of the Central American region as a destination for investment and opportunities, CABEI will inaugurate the “Building the Transformation of Regional Development” business forum in Punta Cana on November 26 to analyze strategic business relations and public-private collaboration.

The agenda will include an institutional presentation of CABEI’s non-sovereign public and private sectors, business opportunities in the Dominican Republic, presentation of strategic projects by country, presentation of the country strategy, as well as a secondary panel session with strategic sectors.

Actions in the Dominican Republic

The note highlights that CABEI has benefited more than 6 million people in the Dominican Republic through programs and projects. From 2007 to date, the multilateral has provided financing totaling US$783.8 million to the country’s public and private sectors.

 

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