Trade between the Dominican Republic and Haiti is beginning to feel the effects of the social and migratory conflict between the two countries.
The constant blockades on the entry and exit of merchandise, as well as the difficulties in operations in the binational market, where more than US$400 million a year is traded informally, caused Dominican exports to that country to fall by 24.72% in October, year-on-year.
In October 2022, the Dominican Republic placed US$63.8 million in merchandise in Haiti, being the second destination of exported products in the aforementioned month. 6.43% of . . .