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3 lessons on sustainable growth from the Dominican Republic

Tourist arrivals already exceeded pre-pandemic levels. Image: Unsplash / Michelangelo Azzariti

Raquel Peña
Vice President, Dominican Republic
Maria Eugenia del Castillo
Special Advisor, Vice Presidency of the Dominican Republic; Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum
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Tourist arrivals to the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Mexico, Jamaica Image: IMF 2022 Article IV Consultation
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