March 21, 2016
With growth outpacing the rest of the region and recent ratings upgrades, the Dominican Republic is positioning itself to maintain its presence in the local markets and tap new international investors. Magín Díaz, vice minister of public credit, spoke to LatinFinance about the sovereign’s outlook for 2016. The following is an edited transcript of the conversation.
LF: Describe the Dominican Republic’s latest approach to public debt management.
MD: The Dominican Republic has come a long way in the last few years. The management is much more professional and it’s something the IMF and the IDB have emphasized in the reports in the last few years. Now we’re a regular issuer in the capital mark
The Dominican Republic’s efforts to develop its presence in local and international markets is paying off, as the sovereign eyes new avenues to global investors. Magín Díaz, vice minister of public credit, discussed his strategy with LatinFinance. By Sara Rosner & Miluska Berrospi