Existing business opportunities position Central America and the Dominican Republic as a highly attractive region for investors from around the world, hand in hand with positive GDP growth rates and equally valuable prospects. In recent years prior to COVID-19, growth in the region exceeded the average for all of Latin America and the Caribbean; inflation remained in a controlled position, favored by the dynamism of credit to the private sector and the existence of significant government investment.
Our geographic position is advantageous and continues to strengthen despite some adverse facts, supported mainly by the easy accessibility to the United States of America, the largest economy in the world and with whom we have a high flow of commercial activity. The region has also awakened the interest of Europe and Asia, with important economic players from those jurisdictions coming forward to open activities and approaching a valuable market.
Doing Business in Central America and the Dominican Republic guides you through relevant information that allows understanding the cultural aspects, the investment climate, and the main issues to consider in legal, commercial and tax matters in the region. In addition to providing explanations of the tax provisions of interest to global multinational companies expanding or starting business in the region.
Francisco A. Barrios G.
Socio Líder de Impuestos, Legal y BPO, PwC Interaméricas
Socio de Impuestos, Legal y BPO, PwC Costa Rica
Socio de Impuestos, Legal y BPO, PwC Honduras
Socia de Impuestos, Legal y BPO, PwC Dominican Republic
Socio de Impuestos, Legal y BPO, PwC Dominican Republic
Socia de Impuestos y Legal, PwC Panama
Socio de auditoría y Coordinador de TLS/BPO, PwC Nicaragua
Director de Impuestos, Legal y BPO, PwC El Salvador
Socio de Impuestos, Legal y BPO, PwC Guatemala
Socia de Precios de Transferencia, PwC Interaméricas