How to sustain export dynamism by reducing duality in the Dominican Republic A World Bank trade competitiveness diagnostic

A co-authored World Bank publication.

Full citation: Iwulska,Aleksandra; Jouanjean,Marie Agnes; Moberg,Lotta Malin Johanna; Reyes,Jose Daniel; Sanchez Martin,Miguel Eduardo; Ugarte Romero,Cristian; Van Der Borght,Rafael; Wagle,Swarnim; Velasquez,Giselle..

How to sustain export dynamism by reducing duality in the Dominican Republic : a World Bank trade competitiveness diagnostic (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.

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