Dominican Central Bank reports growth of 6.6%

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The Central Bank of the Dominican Republic has reported a preliminary growth rate of 6.6% in 2016, which would make the nation the fastest growing in the region.

For the past three years, the small Latin American nation has topped the tables when it comes to growth. According to a press release published on January 27, last year continued the trend, with the agricultural sector posting a particularly strong growth figure of 9.6%.

The central bank has attributed this remarkable figure to

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