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Economy

The Dominican Republic

Is a developing country with average income, depending mainly on agriculture, trade, services and tourism. Although the service sector has overtaken agriculture as the main provider of jobs (due mainly to the rise and growth in tourism and Free Trade Zones), agriculture still remains the most important sector in terms of domestic consumption and is in second place (behind mining) in terms of exports. Tourism contributes more than U.S. $ 3,000 million a year. Zones and tourism are the fastest growing sectors. Remittances from Dominicans living in the United States are estimated at about U.S. $ 2,000 million per year. The Dominican Republic is the ninth largest economy in Latin America after Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Chile, Peru and Ecuador.

Usually common commercial companies in Dominican Republic and which in turn provides better operational advantages are CxA stock companies. These only shareholders blamed the contribution provided in relation to the obligations of society. The nationality of shareholders is not an obstacle under the laws of the Dominican Republic in order to incorporate a company. The Commercial Code is among the requirements for the incorporation of companies or joint stock company as the minimum number of shareholders is seven.

Currency in Circulation
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Catedral de Santa María de la Encarnación de Santo Domingo. Basílica de Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia.
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Francisco del Rosario Sánchez, Juan Pablo Duarte y Matías Ramón Mella. Conde Doorse.
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Mirabal sisters. Mirabal Sister's Monument.
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Salomé Ureña y Pedro Henríquez Ureña. Central Bank of Dominican Republic.
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national Palace. Alcázar de Colón.
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Emilio Prud'Homme & José Rufino Reyes Siancas. National Theatre.