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GFDD carries out research on issues related to the sustainable socio-economic and cultural development.
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GFDD is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the advancement of global collaboration and exchange relevant to Dominican professionals, general audiences and institutions in the homeland and abroad. The Foundation conducts research, enhances public understanding, designs public policies, devises strategies, and offers capacity-building in areas crucial to social, economic, democratic and cultural sustainable development.
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Articles by Dr. Leonel Fernández
“The Economy Finds Itself Between a Statistical Rebound and Real Growth”, an article by Dr. Leonel Fernández
During the annual spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, held in Washington, D.C., the Governor of the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic, Héctor Valdez Albizu, delivered keynote remarks regarding the current standing of the Dominican economy. On the subject at hand, he argued that the economy “had recovered faster […]
Portal Dominican Community in the US Facing Covid19
The purpose of the Project is to gather and present pertinent and relevant information for the Dominican community residing in the United States regarding the process of the Covid19 pandemic and to report on the current and future repercussions at a socioeconomic, psychological, environmental and cultural level.