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With 2.7M+, US tourists continue to prefer Dominican destination

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Chicago.- American tourists continue to prefer the Dominican Republic among their favorites with over 2.7 million visitors every year to the Caribbean region’s leader tourism destination.

Tourism minister, Francisco Javier García, made the statement during an exhibition at the First Annual Travel Agents Fair, organized by Apple Leisure Group.

The activity, where García participated as a guest of honor, was attended by more than 1,000 travel agents from the United States.

In his presentation the official stressed that the Dominican Republic has the most diversified tourist offer and that it remains one of the safest destinations for visitors.

“Our destination has everything that the most demanding of tourists can dream or aspire to, so we say with all the property in the world: Dominican Republic has it all,” García said.

He told the travel agents about Dominican Republic’s new repositioning campaign.

He thanked the support of the Apple Leisure Group, the main tour operator to the Dominican Republic, to ensure that more and more tourists visit that Caribbean country.






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Gasoline, diesel down; propane up; natural gas unchanged

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Santo Domingo.- The Industry and Commerce Ministry posted the fuel prices in gallons for the week from November 23 to 29:

Premium gasoline RD$227.50, lower by RD$1.10

Regular RD$213.00, lower by RD$1.20

Regular diesel, RD$178.00, lower by RD$1.70

Optimum diesel RD$191.00, lower by RD$1.60

Avtur RD$140.90, lower by RD$2.60

Kerosene RD$167.20, lower by RD$2.70

Fuel oil RD $ 84.16, low RD $. 7.40.

Propane gas (LPG) will be at RD $ 101.90, up RD $ 1.20

Natural gas unchanged at RD$28.97 per cubic meter.





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the country leads in femicides

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Santo Domingo (EFE).- In a difficult month for women in the Dominican Republic, with at least eight femicides confirmed to date, human rights groups question the veracity of official statistics, which post an apparent decrease in such crimes

Last week, the Attorney General’s Office (PGR) announced as an achievement the 25% decrease in the number of femicides so far this year, which maintains the downward trend registered last year and would turn 2019 into the best of the last 14 years.

Between 2005 and November 2019, the PGR acknowledges 1,295 femicides, but those numbers are far from those published by the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) which, in a shorter period, between January 2010 and September 2019, has added 1,795 women killed in the Dominican Republic.





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US envoy tours Santiago, shares experience as diplomat

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Santiago, Dominican Republic – United States Ambassador, Robin Bernstein, held a meeting with followers of the social networks of the embassy in Santiago province to exchange ideas and answer questions about her projects and her experience as an ambassador in the country.

During the meeting, held at the Botanical Garden of Santiago, Ambassador Bernstein answered the participants’ questions about the achievements and challenges shared between the Dominican Republic and the United States, challenges and strengths of the Dominican Republic, tourism, business relationship between both countries, the situation in Haiti, among other topics of interest.

At the conclusion of the event, Ambassador Robin Bernstein thanked the attendees for their interest and follow-up to the work carried out by the diplomatic mission in the country, while motivating them to remain responsible citizens interested in democracy, prosperity and the security of the Dominican Republic.

“This was the first of several meetings that we want to organize while I take tours of all the provinces of the country, because I am very interested in listening and answering your questions. I deeply thank you for being part of this activity, the Heart City will remain in mine in a very special way, for being the first to give me the opportunity to hear them directly,” said Ambassador Bernstein.

The meeting was part of the two-day tour of the diplomat in the province of Santiago, during which he held several meetings and made courtesy visits to various institutions including the Leon Center, the Pontifical Catholic University Mother and Teacher (PUCMM), the Corporación Zona Franca Santiago (CZFS) and the solid waste management company Cilpen Global.





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