The humanitarian crisis in the Dominican Republic is a world crisis that requires a global response — not a Haitian solution.
It is evident that the Dominican Republic no longer requires the labor force that it invited to propel the development of its economy. According to the World Bank, between 1991 and 2013 the Dominican Republic had one of the fastest growing economies in the Caribbean. Now, the government of the Dominican Republic must find a more appropriate way to dispense with this unneeded workforce.

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