The main objetive of free zones is to attract foreing investment, boost exportations, create jobs, ensure technology transfer, and promote regional development.

Free zones are generators of jobs and incomes for the Dominican Republic, because they can be developed in any other part of the country where other jobs fail to be activated with the same repidity and urgency.

By 2012, jobs have
grown a


The foreing
currency has grown a


The technological companies have grown a


the export values of electrical products have increased by


Strategic geographic location in the center of the Caribbean. Centrally located to both North and South markets of the Americas.

The Dominican Republic has more than 45 years with a political and social stability, characterized by a solid and lasting democracy

Efficent Labor Market and highly skilled labour force at competitive costs and high productivity

By 2012 there is a total of 53 parks operating in the Dominican Republic reflecting in a 3.9% growth