The surprise visit of President of the Republic was aimed to give greater impetus to tourism in Las Terrenas, whose beaches are a favorite delicacy for French tourists, Europeans, Americans and Canadians.
Tourism, Dominican locomotive development
Las Terrenas Revamp Promise From President Danilo Medina
For the head of state, tourism is an energizer of the economy of the Dominican Republic, especially in agricultural and construction, so, knowing this reality ensured that our government do everything in its power to help us resolve many of the problems they have.
Part of the solutions requested by investors and the community Danilo Medina were: the treatment of sewage, hospital, collecting garbage, cemetery, roads, among others.
The news was welcomed that Las Terrenas Revamp Promise From President Danilo Medina and other offers of support.
Immediately, the governor formed a commission which he will head to visit new time this important tourist community in the country.
Foreign investment is guaranteed in our country
The President explained to entrepreneurs, mostly of French origin, the State will work hand in hand with other institutions seeking to improve the legal and institutional framework to further promote foreign investment and thus the same is protected and excited.
It is recalled that during the presentation of his memoirs in the National Assembly, the President recalled the importance of tourism to the Dominican Republic.
Government invests in education for the province
In 2015, the government of Danilo Medina, invested about 1,200 million pesos only in educational infrastructure and children’s bodies, it has placed the tourist provinces among the most benefit. Giving its visitors with this, a people with better living conditions.
Influx of tourists is growing every year in our country
Tourism is growing every year in the country through government public policies and good investment climate that exists in the same, for both foreigners and Dominicans.
In 2015, growth was 8.9 percent, exceeding the average of other Caribbean countries.
This year is expected to 6 million people come on vacation to the Dominican Republic with 6,500 million and income.
Among the attendees were present Administrative Minister of the Presidency, Jose Ramon Peralta; the mayor of Las Terrenas, Alex Garcia; businessman, Frank Jorge Elias and personal assistants, Carlos Pared Perez and Robert de la Cruz.