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Dominican Republic: Tax relief for public-private alliance projects

Dominican Republic: Promoting public-private alliances

A new regime is intended to promote alliances between the government and the private sector by providing special tax relief for eligible projects.

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The new tax regime is pursuant to measures contained in Law 47-20. The new rules aim to promote public-private alliances that: (1) contribute to the economic growth of the Dominican Republic; and (2) promote the flow of investment funds that in turn broaden and modernize the public services network.

Among the tax relief measures for eligible public-private alliance projects are the following:

  • A temporary value added tax (VAT) relief (refund) mechanism that, for a period of five years, applies to the purchase or rental of equipment, materials, and supplies directly related to a construction project, or to the repair or expansion of infrastructure projects
  • Accelerated depreciation or amortization regarding eligible projects


Read a March 2020 report [PDF 218 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in the Dominican Republic

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