The Quisqueya Binational Economic Council CEBQ has given priority to four major border points in an inclusive process. The initiative has been linked to both Dominican and Haitian businessmen with a clear vision of the future and well-informed of the issues and demands in this area. Its aim is to identify, design, promote and develop, productive, profitable and sustainable investment projects with social impact and environmentally positive, both for the Republic of Haiti and to the Dominican Republic.
This is an initiative that is conceived in harmony and support of the Sustainable Development objectives of the United Nations, and has focused on the implementation of five (5) Development Sectors and cross-cutting issues by 2030:
Manufacture. Where the development and implementation of textile production Free Zones and mass consumer products is encouraged.
Logistics. With a clear focus on the construction, improvement and operation of ports, highways, infrastructure and an efficient customs system in accordance with the times.
Energy. Where investments for the development of wind power plants, solar, biomass and hydroelectric are encouraged.
Production. With special emphasis on agricultural and livestock production, for which the implementation of crops in controlled environments (greenhouses) will be encouraged; with the proper processing chains for these products.
Tourism. Investment is encouraged for the development and construction of ecotourism projects, villas, marinas and convention centers and events.
All these points have a common axis that brings them together under the umbrella of Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development; that contributes to communities and influence zones by providing better living conditions. That, with the development of housing, health, education, technical training, and sports projects, and especially with the stimulation and development of the micro-enterprises.