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Economy, Transportation

Barahona, sugar plantations, Puerto Plata, domestic airlines, road system

The road system of the Dominican Republic totaled 12,600 km (7,829 mi) in 1999. Most of the 1,650 km (1,025 mi) of railroad in use is privately owned and serves the sugar plantations. Aside from the Santo Domingo port, other large ports are located at Puerto Plata in the north and Barahona in the southwest. The country is served by several international and domestic airlines.



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Barahona, sugar plantations, Puerto Plata, domestic airlines, road system, railroad, Dominican Republic, country, use

 
 

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