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Round Table agrees to represent the Commonwealth
Business Council

Signing: Sir Alan Fields, cocherman of the CBC, Fernando González, MB president of the round table. Roberto Herrera, treasure of the round table. Standing: Stephen Cadiz, Minister of trade of Trinidad; Manuel Garcia, Minister of Trade of Dominican Republic; Jose Serulle, Dominican Ambassador in Trinidad Jose Serulle and John Pemberton Promotion Director of theCommonwealth Businesses Council.

Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago.- A representation agreement was signed between the Round Table of the Commonwealth in the Dominican Republic and the Commonwealth Business Council, CBC in London to promote investments and business.

The agreement was signed during the Caribbean Investment Forum held in Trinidad last June by the Co Chairman of the Commonwealth Business Council Sir Alan Fields and on behalf of the Round Table its president Fernando González Nicolas and the Treasurer Roberto Herrera.

Were witness of the signature of the agreement, the Trade and Industry ministers of Dominican Republic and Trinidad, Manuel Garcia Arevalo and Stephen Cadiz, respectively.

Also were present were the Ambassador of Dom Rep in Trinidad, HE Jose Serulle and John Pemberton of the CBC.

The Commonwealth’s 54 countries are home to two billion people and control 25% of the world’s trade, with leading activities in such in areas as petroleum, mining, financial among others.

The Commonwealth Business Council, CBC gathers the most important global companies which are established in its 54 countries. While the Commonwealth Round Table is an initiative in Santo Domingo that promotes bilateral relations between those nations and Dominican Republic.


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