The British Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic (BRITCHAM) visualized that new opportunities for bilateral trade could open if new agreements with the United Kingdom are negotiated, following the recent referendum in which the UK decided to leave the European Union popularly known as Brexit (contraction of British Exit).
The delegation of the Dominican Republic who participated in the "Fifth Dominican Week in the United Kingdom" presented investment opportunities in the Dominican economy, one of the most dynamic in the growth of its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Latin America, and held meetings with potential investors interested in getting involved in the capital market in the Caribbean country.
The Deputy Minister of Hydrocarbons of the Ministry of Energy and Mines (MEM), Alberto Reyes, led activities and seminars in the first phase of the Fifth Dominican Week in the UK, organized by the British Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic (BRITCHAM) held in the city of London, with the collaboration of the Dominican Embassy in the UK.
With the tasting of high quality Dominican products recognized worldwide, the British Chamber of Commerce (BRITCHAM) held a networking session at the exclusive “The Naval and Military Club” in London during the Fifth Edition of the Dominican Week in the UK, held in London.
A high-level meeting at the London Stock Exchange with the aim of attracting British investment for the country, marked the last day of activities of the Dominican Week in the UK, organized by the British Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic.
Directors and members of the BRITCHAM, accompanied by the general public, celebrated together at the UK Extravaganza party: "A Journey of UK Music through time", with the talented Max Martínez.
Power companies, traders, investment funds, services and other areas of the Dominican Republic are in London from June 6 to 9 to for the first part of the Fifth Edition of the Dominican Week in the UK
British Minister of State understands BREXIT offers opportunities for trade with Dominican Republic.
The BRITCHAM, represented by the Executive Director Francesca Ortiz, exchanged experiences and best practices with representatives of British Chambers of Commerce in Latin America and the Caribbean.
To increase exports of Dominican products to Britain and the European Union (EU), the most important challenge to overcome is the lack of knowledge of companies and producers about the benefits and scope of the trade agreement established between the EU and the Dominican Republic.
The British Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic (BRITCHAM) celebrated the XVIII British Golf Cup on Saturday April 30 at Teeth of the Dog, Casa de Campo, La Romana.
The British Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic elected its Board of Directors for the period 2016-2018 during its Annual Ordinary General Assembly, which was held in the conference room of the company EGE-Haina.
With the aim of strengthening trade relations and investment between the Dominican Republic and the United Kingdom, the British Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic (BRITCHAM) and the Dominican Embassy in the UK announced the Fifth Edition of the Dominican Week in the UK, to be held from the 6th to 9th of June this year...
The BRITCHAM endorses the position of the organization that groups the private sector in the country aware that social and political stability of democratic countries depends largely on the existence of a strong and robust party system and when parties enter in crisis, by way of consequence the democracy, the economy and society in general as well.
For the eighth time the renowned brand Twinings English Tea and the British Chamber of Commerce of the Dominican Republic (BRITCHAM) hosted their traditional afternoon tea. The event was held in honor of Sharon Campbell, wife of H.M. Chris Campbell, Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, who recently arrived to the country.