The No. 1 reason Americans save money: Haiti could profit if we had smart leaders

Read this... The number one reason Americans save money is not for college, it is not for their retirement, and it is not to buy a home. The number one reason Americans save money is to go on vacation and see the world.

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Yep... A recent survey from SunTrust Bank revealed that travel, not emergencies, as Americans' top reason to save money. 45 percent of Americans save money to travel.


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Shouldn't that open the eyes of the the Haitian government to focus more on the tourism industry? Haitians need jobs. Imagine the number of jobs that would be created in the country if we had more hotels resorts and accommodations for tourist in Haiti.

The Dominican Republic getting a big chunk of that money that Americans are saving to travel the world. Haiti which shares the same island, what are we doing wrong?


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When you think of it... If 45 percent of Americans are saving money to travel. what do you think is their primary target destination?

Paradise!!!! That's what the carribean is called.

What do you think about that?

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Haiti Travel Blog says...

Rezon Nimewo 1 ki fè Americain sere lajan se pa ni pou retrèt, ni pou achte kay, ni lajan pou inivèsite.

Se pou yo vwayaje.

Haiti te ka benefisye nan lajan sere sa si nou te gen lidè ki entèlijan.

Republique Dominicaine ap fe millions nan zafè touriste ki vizite peyi yo chak ane. Haiti nan men zile a, sak fè nou paka fe anpil million tou nan menm sekte

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