Economy - Jobs : Dominican Entrepreneur wants to create more textile jobs in Haiti

Did you know? The Industrial Development Company (CODEVI) located in the Ouanaminthe free zone in Northern Haiti currently employs more than 11,000 Haitians in the textile sector. That's 20 percent of the workforce in this sector. They want to create even more jobs.

Made in Haiti Shirt Label
Made in Haiti Shirt Label

Fernando Capellàn, Dominican entrepreneur and president of "Groupe M" who manages the CODEVI free zone plans to more than doubles these jobs

"by 2020, we plan to offer 25,000 jobs," provided that there is a decline in the pace of strikes, he said. (sispann fè manifestation ak grèv)


CODEVI Clothing Factory - Ouanaminthe Haiti

There is no better place for light manufacturing than Haiti right now, the Dominican businessmen said, because of its proximity to the United States and also the HELP legislation. Read more from haitilibre.com

What do you think about that?

Reply with your comments

Write a comment  (1)

Tags: Job Seekers, Haiti Jobs, Employment, Manufacturing in Haiti, CODEVI Haiti, Ouanamithe Haiti, Haitian Newsletter Articles, News, Business

Return to Articles List

All Comments (1)

Yanick says...

Hello,
The Dominican Republic should think about paying Haiti
The retribution money they owe Haiti.

Reply  ... More

Leave a Reply

Name (required)

E-mail (required, will not be published)

Subject: Economy - Jobs : Dominican Entrepreneur wants to create more textile jobs in Haiti edit

» »