Dominican Republic: Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Bilateral Agricultural Trade Between the United States and the Dominican Republic

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Bilateral trade of agricultural products between the United States and the Dominican Republic has increased during the first six months of Calendar Year 2020 (CY 2020), despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Exports of U.S. agricultural products to the Dominican market have increased by 6 percent during this time period, while Dominican agricultural exports to the U.S. increased by 1 percent.

Dominican Republic: Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Bilateral Agricultural Trade Between the United States and the Dominican Republic

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