The CNZFE flag is white with the agency's logo centered. The logo features a gold cogwheel toward the hoist that leads into the agency's initials (CNZFE) in blue capital letters. The central bar of the E ends in an arrow pointing toward the fly. Below the agency's initials is the name of the agency in Spanish in blue capital letters on three lines:
DE ZONAS FRANCAS
Interestingly, there is no accent mark over the final capital O in "exportación." Randy Young, 17 May 2015
Regarding the accent mark in the capital "O" on this entity's name, it was (and sometimes still is) a common practice not to accent the letters when written in capitals in most (if not all) Latin American countries (at least, but not exclusively to, Latin America, as there are other Spanish speaking countries outside Latin America). But in recent times (1990s and onwards), accent marks in capital letters have appeared from time to time again.
The Consejo Nacional de Zonas Francas de Exportación (CNZFE), which I have seen alternately translated as the National Council of Export Processing Zones or the National Council of Duty-Free Export Zones, is an agency that has a connection to the Dominican government. I'm just not sure what the CNZFE is responsible for or how it's connected to the government. Randy Young, 17 May 2015
The CNZFE is a techincal government organization that depends on the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, as mentioned here, where they mention that the CNZFE was established through Article 19 of Law 8-90 (1990). They are in charge of establishing Free Zones in the country (regulations, permits and in general, overseeing all the interaction between the Free Zones and its operators). Esteban Rivera, 17 May 2015