Dominican Republic 2007

Dominican Republic 2007

North and Central America
According to ezinereligion, in 2007, the population of the Dominican Republic was estimated to be over 9 million people, composed mainly of Spanish and African ethnic groups. The official language was Spanish but several other languages were also spoken. The economy was largely based on exports of sugar, coffee and cocoa. In terms of foreign relations, the Dominican Republic had close ties with its neighbors Haiti and Cuba and maintained diplomatic relations with several other countries such as France, the United Kingdom and the United States. Politically, the Dominican Republic was a presidential republic led by President Leonel Fern├índez since 2004 until his term ended in 2020. Following his term Luis Abinader became President in 2020 and is still in power today. Yearbook 2007 Dominican Republic. According to CountryAAH, Santo…
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