29.06.2015
A significant proportion of the Haitian workers employed on a full-time or part-time basis in the Dominican Republic's burgeoning banana industry have presented their papers as part of a major government-led regularisation programme, according to local sources. This programme will not only make their presence in the country legal for the first time, but will give them access to the social security system, notably to... Read more...
Peruvian exporters' association ADEX estimates that banana revenues will rise to US $150 million for this year, with an estimated increase of nearly 25% in export volumes. The figures are based on Read more...
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