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Dominican Republic’s economy set for a slowdown

The Dominican Republic recorded an impressive post-pandemic recovery, but we think that a combination of a fading boost from tourism, weakness in the US and tight fiscal policy will cause growth to slow by more than most expect this year and next.

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