Haiti - Nouvo LIST Produits Ki Pa Gen Dwa Traverse Frontiere Terreste Haiti-Dominicain...

KOMINIKE KOMINIKE... Commerçant Haitiens yo tande... Ministere Economie ak Finance informe tout moun ak tout importateur ke, komanse jounen Mercredi 16 Septembre 2015 la, produit sa yo ki nan list saa pap kapab rantre en Haiti soti sou frontiere Dominicain anko, se pa bato (sou lanmè) oswa pa avion SELMAN yo kapab rantre nan peyi a...

PHOTO: Haiti Ministere Economie Finance
PHOTO: Haiti Ministere Economie Finance

Men list la... Tout sa ki nan list la pap ka travèse fwontyè vwazen rantre en Haiti, La douane gen lòd pou seze yo tout:

  • Farine
  • Ciment gris
  • Lwil dou (lwil pou fè manje)
  • Savon lave
  • Fab (Detergent en poudre)
  • Produit en Foam
  • Dlo potab
  • Penti pou douko machine
  • Beurre
  • Mantègre
  • Fer forgé
  • Pates Alimentaires
  • Tòl
  • Tube PVC
  • Jus en poudre
  • Boisson gaseuze
  • Bierre
  • Snack
  • Mayi moulen
  • Matelas
  • Ekipman lou pou Construction, menm si se location
  • Kiye, kouto ak fouchet plastic
  • Biscuit

Ministere a di yo pran mezi saa pou kontrole kalite sa k-ap rantre nan peyi a epi tou pou sekirite population an...

AGD gen lod pou sezi imediatmrn tout machandiz ki nan list la si se pa mwayen terreste li pase, sa vle di si se se fwontye dominicain an li janbe rantre en Haiti.

Kisa ou panse de sa???

Kite yon mesaj

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Ricart says...

Proposal to expand Dominican export markets

Source: listindiario.com/economia/2015/09/21/3...

The president of the Round Table of Commonwealth Countries in Dominican Republic, Fernando Gonzalez Nicolas, proposed concentrating private and official efforts to identify new markets for Dominican exports.

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Ricart says...

I went to the site for The Ministry of Economy And Finance (MEF).

Right after listing the products restricted by Haiti, they posted the following note:

"Obviously these measures are aimed above all other reasons, to enable the Ministry to cover the hundreds of millions of dollars of tax revenue lost to smuggling.

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Ricart says...

Here are the Dominican Republic's measured responses so far:

1. The Dominican government recalled the Haitian ambassador for consultation.

2. The Dominican government stated that it reserves the right to adopt diplomatic measures in response to those announced by the Haitians.

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Jay says...

mwen ta rinmin konin ske minins la ap mete pwodwi sa yo disponib pou ti machan n yo ka ale achete san vole pa tiye yo nan

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Ricart says...

There will be a response from the Dominican side; I will be contacting several Dominican senators and deputies to propose the following in a tit-for-tat response:

1. Prohibit foreign currency remittances to Haiti (Haitians send about 750 to 900 million dollars annually to their country), or charge 25% tax.

2. Strictly implement the labor law that prevents more than 20% of foreign workers in Dominican companies, with emphasis on the tourism sector, construction, etc.

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Erson says...

Enfin le minister deside à des décisions, mais il faut aussi placer des inspecteurs dans les aéroports et ports pour contre l'entrer de ces produits dans le

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Shimeleroy says...

leta haitien a va ramasser on ti tax en

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