DGII collects more taxes in April 2021 than in April 2019; IMF has praise for how DR has dealt with economic and health crises


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Feb 20, 2019
El director de la Dirección General de Impuestos Internos (DGII), Magín Díaz, dijo este lunes que en el primer cuatrimestre del año se recaudaron RD$152,500 millones, por encima de los RD$147, 500 millones que se habían estimado para ese período.

Magín Díaz, director de la DGII

Foto: © Edgar Hernández

The recovery of the Dominican economy is apparent. The Tax Agency (DGII) says that tax collections in April 2021 reached a record-breaking RD$68.78 billion. This is 154.5% more than the estimate for the month.

Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund gives the Dominican Republic a good report card for its performance during the present economic and health crisis.

The IMF highlights “the ongoing vaccination campaign, the global recovery and strong government support to the tourism sector are placing the economy on a dynamic recovery in 2021, instrumental for raising...

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