Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce participates in IMF state visit

Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce participated in the International Monetary Fund Staff visit.

Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce participates in IMF state visit
Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce participates in IMF state visit Photo Credits: Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce Facebook Page

Roseau, Dominica: Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce participated in the International Monetary Fund Staff visit. The participation was held with the aim of sharing insights on various developments, business outlooks, performance and main business challenges. 

The association stated, “Annually, we participate in the IMF Staff Visit to share insights on recent developments, business outlook, performance and main business challenges, our Chamber and businesses’ efforts in building resilience among other key topics.” 

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Today they also met with the IMF Staff to discuss these key matters and lay the foundation for high level engagement in the coming months.

In the meeting, the association was represented by President Brenton Hilaire, Director Robert Tonge, and Executive Director Lizra Fabien.

DAIC Member H.H.V. Whitchurch and Co.Ltd represented by Kira Thompson-Aird and Patrick Fontaine contributed to the richness of the discussion bringing insights from their sub sectors.

As a key partner in nation building, they continue to engage partners locally and internationally for the socio economic advancement of Dominica and are pleased to represent our membership and private sector at all opportunities.

Earlier, the Dominica Association of Industry and Commerce, cohosted and partnered in the National Dialogue to forge strong linkages between agricultural producers and buyers with WUSC Caribbean, the Government of Dominica and other local partners.

The President of the association, Brenton Hilaire presented remarks at the opening and together with the event co-chair Executive Director Lizra Fabien, and Chamber Members, they engaged actively throughout the dialogue.

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“From all reports by attendees, this dialogue was valuable and only the start to more meaningful engagements in strengthening the linkage between agricultural producers and buyers, “said the association of Dominica. 

DAIC has taken keen note of the highlights from the discussion and key takeaways for The Chamber to support our members in leveraging the opportunities presented.