Dominican Republic

is the country with greater economy stability in the Caribbean, whose economy has grown remarkably in the last years over 5% and inflation remains below 5% per year. The Dominican currency has been devaluated according to inflation against the North American dollar, so the Country maintains its productivity. It is one of the nations that owns higher income levels in developing, its GDP has grown in the last year by 7.1% while inflation remained at 1.6%. Tourism is the main income of the country and investment in new highways and airports are structuring the country to maintain growth.