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    Don't let Pichardo fool you. If you don't believe me, then believe Trujillo.

    Aquí les presento: *”La Historia de la Remesa”*, hecho que sucede a diario en nuestro *país.* Gracias a los dominicanos de la diáspora, que aportan anualmente *6 mil millones de dólares en remesas*, nuestra *economía puede mantenerse aflote*. A ti que cuentas con las *remesas* que te envían tus dominicanos de allá, recuerda que *ellos cuentan contigo para el 2020.*

    *Sígueme en mis redes sociales:*
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B0CELMQn...=1en1cw0g4p0ub

    *Comparte este video con tus familiares y amigos.*
    *#Ramfis2020*
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    Simply put in English, Trujillo is saying that without the 6 billion in remittances from the Dominican Diaspora the DR economy would collapse.

    I've maintained this economic position since the inception. The DR economy is a subsidized one. Its strength is false. Remove the remittances and watch the collapse unfold.

    Half the Dominican population would starve to death. All the bond offerings, all the construction, all the apparent wealth is illusory. The DR as we know it would fold within weeks if remittances were eliminated.

    Viva Trujillo
    Last edited by Onions/Carrots; 07-18-2019 at 06:22 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onions/Carrots View Post
    Don't let Pichardo fool you. If you don't believe me, then believe Trujillo.

    Aquí les presento: *”La Historia de la Remesa”*, hecho que sucede a diario en nuestro *país.* Gracias a los dominicanos de la diáspora, que aportan anualmente *6 mil millones de dólares en remesas*, nuestra *economía puede mantenerse aflote*. A ti que cuentas con las *remesas* que te envían tus dominicanos de allá, recuerda que *ellos cuentan contigo para el 2020.*

    *Sígueme en mis redes sociales:*
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B0CELMQn...=1en1cw0g4p0ub

    *Comparte este video con tus familiares y amigos.*
    *#Ramfis2020*
    *#LlámamePal20*

    Simply put in English, Trujillo is saying that without the 6 billion in remittances from the Dominican Diaspora the DR economy would collapse.

    I've maintained this economic position since the inception. The DR economy is a subsidized one. Its strength is false. Remove the remittances and watch the collapse unfold.

    Half the Dominican population would starve to death. All the bond offerings, all the construction, all the apparent wealth is illusory. The DR as we know it would fold within weeks if remittances were eliminated.

    Viva Trujillo
    Ok... So since January 2008 until now July 2019, you now want to switch the reason the DR will collapse based on being held up by remittances?????

    HHHHHHHHHHH

    Surrender noticed!


    HHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

    So if all the debt holders of the US bonds and T-notes demanded full payment, the US economy would not collapse?

    If my grandmother hadn't died, she would be with me today alive!

    HHHHHHHHHHHHHHH


    Again, a decade of proven track records and you can't just admit you were wrong!
    Dead wrong!

    Don't worry! it's 2019, soon we will accumulate another decade on this very thread and over verify your lot is and still will be wrong!
    One Dominican at a time please!


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    SYM Naval will invest in the build of a shipyard in the Dominican Republic

    #Shipyard, #Port Azua, #Dominican Republic, #AstilleroPuertoAzua

    SYM Naval has just got the official support of the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, to formalize the agreement to build a new shipyard for ship construction, conversion and repair at the Azua port, in the south of the country. This project will create 600 direct and indirect jobs.

    SYM Naval’s president, Francisco Lage, held last 10th of June a high level meeting with the President of the Dominican Republic, Danilo Medina, to present this project. The meeting, held in the National Palace in Santo Domingo, was also attended by the director of the National Council of Free Trade Zones, Luisa Fernández; the director of the Dominican Port Authority, Víctor Gómez Casanova; and the Senator for the province of Azua, Rafael Calderón.

    In Rafael Calderón’s words, President Danilo Medina “clearly showed a full interest in this kind of investment in order to invigorate the province’s economy”.

    Engineer Francisco Lage thanked the President’s willingness to meet and his initial consent to this project that “will represent a technology transfer in the maritime and naval segments. With this we contribute to the dream of making the Dominican Republic a maritime hub”.

    With these top level facilities, located on a privileged spot in the Caribbean, SYM Naval wants to attract not only the ship that are already operating at the Dominican Republic, but specially those that are now working in other countries of this area. SYM Naval aims to be the partner in the Caribbean of the main European and American ship operators, offering them services of maintenance, repair and conversion.


    https://www.sym-naval.com/blog/?tag=astilleropuertoazua



    With a top level equipment, and in a privileged location in the Caribbean, SYM Naval wants to attract not only the ship that are already operating in the Dominican Republic nowadays, but also those that are currently operating in other countries of the area, offering them services of ship maintenance, reparation and conversion. SYM Naval wants to be the partner in the Caribbean of the main European and American ship operators.

    In Francisco Lage’s words: “The customer that is nowadays operating in the Dominican Republic will represent only 10% of the shipyard’s client portfolio. The target market for our reparation services are the cruise ship that are already our customers and operate in the Caribbean. Some of them are already stopping in the Dominican Republic, but many of them aren’t. We want to offer them a different service, linking us with the whole sector, because once a customer enters the circle we can offer him other possibilities and he usually buys a whole pack. If a cruise ship is repaired here, normally it won’t make the change of crew in Florida. It will do everything here”.

    SYM Naval plans building a 4.0 shipyard which will have all its processes digitized. It will have two docks and other facilities that will be built in eight years.

    The docks will be built by Dominican personnel. Francisco Lage explains the process of the staff progressive training: “When we first created the project, the Human Resources and Operations Department asked the Financial Director and me how were we going to find 300 naval technicians. We had to create some kind of productive training center or the project would be unviable. If we build the floating docks with local personnel then we can train them without commercial risk”.

    As an added high value, SYM Naval offers three ISO certifications: ISO 45000 for workplace risk prevention, security and health; ISO 9001 for transparent management and ISO 14001 for environmental responsibilities, a regulation that is especially demanding for shipyards. In addition, SYM Naval offers a clear environmental commitment that plans an active participation in the preservation of the Dominican Republic natural protected areas.
    One Dominican at a time please!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Onions/Carrots View Post
    Don't let Pichardo fool you. If you don't believe me, then believe Trujillo.

    Aquí les presento: *”La Historia de la Remesa”*, hecho que sucede a diario en nuestro *país.* Gracias a los dominicanos de la diáspora, que aportan anualmente *6 mil millones de dólares en remesas*, nuestra *economía puede mantenerse aflote*. A ti que cuentas con las *remesas* que te envían tus dominicanos de allá, recuerda que *ellos cuentan contigo para el 2020.*

    *Sígueme en mis redes sociales:*
    https://www.instagram.com/p/B0CELMQn...=1en1cw0g4p0ub

    *Comparte este video con tus familiares y amigos.*
    *#Ramfis2020*
    *#LlámamePal20*

    Simply put in English, Trujillo is saying that without the 6 billion in remittances from the Dominican Diaspora the DR economy would collapse.

    I've maintained this economic position since the inception. The DR economy is a subsidized one. Its strength is false. Remove the remittances and watch the collapse unfold.

    Half the Dominican population would starve to death. All the bond offerings, all the construction, all the apparent wealth is illusory. The DR as we know it would fold within weeks if remittances were eliminated.

    Viva Trujillo
    The reality is that this money through remittances DOES enter the RD. That is not changing within our lifetimes, so it is a bit of an impractical point.

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    I said this back in 2009 I think on this same thread!

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    https://ch.linkedin.com/in/helen-chang-49aa2220


    "Dominican Republic is one of the Latin America and the Caribbean countries that has shown strong willingness to enact the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (CFA), which took effect on February 22, 2017 in all member countries.




    While other countries in the region have shown around a 50% willingness to implement the CFA, Dominican authorities have implemented as much as 76% of the measures to comply with this agreement.

    Helen Chang (WTO project officer for the region) congratulated the country’s leadership in the regional benchmark. “The Dominican has indicated that it is already applying the agreement at 76%; and that the 24% that remains to be implemented is what we have to work on.”

    "The Dominican Republic is doing very well, they have a very ambitious implementation schedule of 76%. That deserves recognition for the work that is being done at the inter-institutional level."

    "This means that the country is on track to reach the goal that is projected for this 2019 of a 90% adoption."

    Chang spoke about the CFA’s challenges and benefits during a breakfast-panel organized by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmchamDR).

    The Dominican Republic has so far implemented about 87% of the 238 measures contemplated in the Trade Facilitation Agreement from the WTO and which members worldwide have already been implementing.

    According to the WTO, the AFC contains provisions to expedite the movement, release and clearance of goods, including goods in transit.

    During the event, the new concept of the Foreign Trade Single Window (VUCE 2020) was presented, which has made it possible to expedite the procedures required for the import and export of merchandise, as well as the contributions and benefits after its implementation.

    According to the document, since 2018, AMCHAMDR has assumed the secretariat of the National Committee for Trade Facilitation (CNFC), an organization through which initiatives have been promoted to position the Dominican Republic as a logistics hub.

    The CNFC was created by Presidential Decree 431-17 to facilitate internal coordination and implementation of the provisions of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement, signed in 2013 at the Bali Ministerial Conference. The Dominican Republic ratified the Agreement in February 2014.


    Implementation of Electronic Seals


    Since May 2019, containers use electronic seals, which are devices designed to ensure the safety of container loading, and which are part of a pilot project that has been implemented in ports such as the Itabo Industrial Park.

    The electronic seals allow real-time monitoring of containers because they have a geolocation system and alerts on real-time, thus providing control of cargo and retentions and also speeding up the dispatch and arrival times of cargo.

    With the technology used by its platform "I Seek GPS", a container can only be opened when the arrival is confirmed to the authorized destination, which minimizes the risks and guarantees the safety of the cargo.

    Extended hours in port reduces container permanence time by 74%

    Since Casa Brugal began to use the extended hours in the ports, the company has reduced the time of permanence of its containers by 74 percent. The information was offered by Lorens Ortiz, deputy manager of logistics at Brugal & Co., who assured that the company, which exports its products to more than 70 markets and moves about 51 containers weekly or more than 2,650 containers a year, has managed to make its containers shipping operations more efficient and secured.

    The executive cited that the company has saved over half a million RD$ for land transportation,it also has experienced a decrease in the risk of clearance and the waiting time of containers in its warehouses and has also reduced between 30 to 40 percent of overtime hours of warehouse staff.

    According to statistics from the General Directorate of Customs, since the implementation of the extended hours in the ports and until May of this year, 45,000 containers have been shipped between 7 AM to 10 PM.
    One Dominican at a time please!


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    4.0 Shipyards...

    One Dominican at a time please!


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    Pichardo, looks like you gassed up the propaganda generator today. That baby must be a good 100Kw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Rey de Mangu View Post
    Pichardo, looks like you gassed up the propaganda generator today. That baby must be a good 100Kw!
    Facts...
    Facts...

    Always facts...


    One Dominican at a time please!


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