The Dominican Republic is a middle-income country, with the largest economy of Central America and the Caribbean. The country has weathered the global economic crisis well and in 2010 experienced one of the highest growth rates in the region.
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— Exports account for 1/3 of jobs in the Caribbean and trade openness represents 90% of regional GDP.
As the traditional buyers fade and new global poles grow, could better regional integration put the Caribbean back on the trade map?
Report: Trade matters - new opportunities for the Caribbean |
Press Release: WB Report Proposes New Directions to Boost Trade in the Caribbean
— Parents who talk and play with their young children can give them a huge boost in life. Watch how poor kids in Jamaica are still benefiting 20 years later, sparking similar initiatives across the world.
Feature: Jamaica goes for a new record: champions of home to classroom |
Blog: Playing with your child is the most powerful way to develop their mind