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Dominican Republic consolidates itself as a strategic ally in better regulation

Dominican Republic consolidates itself as a strategic ally in better regulation

The Ibero-American and Caribbean Better Regulation Network selected the Dominican Republic for its executive leadership. In this new role, the country will assume as adjunct coordinator for the celebration in 2019 of its VIII Summit and as chief coordinator for the 2020 Summit, where we will be honored as host country again.

The Ibero-American and Caribbean Better Regulation Network was conceived as a regional space for the exchange of knowledge and experiences, with the objective of strengthening the legal and institutional frameworks of the member countries, as well as the technical capacities of their governments in the aforementioned subject.

The Network is composed of 15 countries, out of which were present: Argentina, Presidency of the Argentinian Nation, Ministry of Modernization, Ministry of Finance, Ibero-American Association of Regulation Studies (ASIER); Brazil, Presidency of the Federal Republic of Brazil and Chamber of Foreign Trade (CAMEX); Chile, Ministry of Foreign Relations and Ministry of the Economy, Promotion and Tourism; Colombia, National Planning Department and the Department of Mining, Oil and Energetic Law at the Externado University of Colombia; Costa Rica, Directorate of Better Regulation at the Ministry of the Economy, Industry and Trade; Ecuador, National Secretariat of Planning and Development; Spain, Ministry of the Presidency and of the Territorial Administrations, State Secretariat of Public Administrations of the Ministry of Finance and Public Administrations, and the Office of Quality and Normative Coordination of Spain; El Salvador, Office of the Presidency, Better Regulation Organism, Technical and Planning Secretariat of the Presidency; Mexico, National Better Regulation Commission (CONAMER) and the Autonomous University of the Nuevo León State; Peru, the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the German Cooperation (GIZ) in Peru, the Environmental Evaluation and Inspection Organism of Peru (OEFA) and the Ministry of the Economy and Finances; Panama, the Ministry of the Economy and Finances, the Competitiveness and Logistics Secretariat, the Municipality of Panama City, the Ministry of Housing and Territorial Organization; Dominican Republic, Ministry of the Presidency, National Competitiveness Council, Dominican Embassy in Spain, Leslie & Leslie, Attorneys at Law, FINJUS, IOMG and the Inter-American Development Bank (BID).

In addition to the members of the Network, the following countries and organisms were also present at the VII Summit: United States, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) and the Kelly School of Business at Indiana University, as well as OAS, World Bank and Walmart.



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