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(From El Pais)
Spanish investors in the Dominican Republic, where they own more than 50 per cent of the total number of hotel beds, yesterday complained to Spanish deputy prime minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega that they receive little in exchange for all the taxes they pay. They added that it is them rather than the Dominican government who invest in infrastructure, which they say is in much need of improvement.
Ms Fernandez de la Vega told the entrepreneurs that she would ask Dominican president Leonel Fernandez to appoint a delegate whose exclusive mission will be to negotiate with the Spanish investors. Spain is the largest investor in the …