Dominican Republic one of the best economies in Latin America – 2020


The Dominican Republic’s economy is the fastest-growing economy in all of Latin America, surpassing Panama. This island, located in the Caribbean Sea, in recent years, has had significant economic growth. In 2015, the Dominican economy grew by 7%, one of the fastest-growing in the world and the ninth-largest economy in Latin America. In terms of its people and customs, the culture of the Dominican Republic is nourished by the mixture of Spanish, African, and Taino roots. The Dominican Republic was the first Spanish colony in America. Like other Caribbean peoples and in a general sense of Latin America, the Dominican Republic has a culture based on racial syncretism. In the second half of the 19th century, the Dominican economy was characterized by the excessive increase in the money supply due […]

Next Post

Caribbean Entertainment - London's Notting Hill Carnival Moves To Screen Festival

This year’s Notting Hill Carnival will swap the streets of West London for computer screens around the world, as the event turns online-only due to the coronavirus pandemic, streaming hours of music and performance.