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Next President's Challenges: Energy And Unemployment

April 2012 | Political Risk Analysis

BMI View: The Dominican Republic's tourism and mining sectors will support strong economic growth rates over the coming years. Despite this positive outlook, the country still suffers from a structurally high unemployment rate and a heavy dependence on energy imports, two dynamics which the next president of the Dominican Republic will need to address.

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