Doing Business in Haiti

Maarten Boute: Digicel Group is a prisoner of its own investments in Haiti

Doing Business in Haiti -- Digicel Haiti CEO Marteen Boute says his company has become a prisoner of its own investment in Haiti due to the political situation in Haiti and the Haitian currency which keeps on loosing it's value.

A factory employing more than 10,000 workers begins its process of withdrawal from Haiti

Read this... Following the February 07, 2019, protests that put Haiti on LOCK for more 10 days, a factory employing more than ten thousand (10,000) workers in Caracol has begun its withdrawal process in Haiti.

Haiti Business - Haiti moving further away from ever becoming investment grade

Haiti's foreign direct investment and financing prospects look grim, moving further away from ever becoming investment grade, David Jessop, a consultant for think tank the Caribbean Council, said.

Haiti Business - Reginald Boulos wants to reopen his Delimart Supermarkets within 24 months

A few weeks after loosing millions of dollars in his Delimart supermarket chains vandalized and set on fire during a violent protest weekend in Haiti, businessman Reginald Boulos says he is not giving up. HBoulos comes up with a plan to reopen all his Delimart stores within 24 months.

VIDEO - Reginald Boulos Haiti interview : There are no rich people in Haiti, he says

Watch this video... Big Haitian businessman Reginald Boulos (DELIMART) gave an exclusive interview where he explains his rags to riches story and says some things that you may or may not agree with about life in Haiti, rich vs poor, and more...

Business Talk : Diaspora Haitians complain family members mismanage their business back home

How many times you hear a hard working Haitian from the diaspora complaining about a business he/she had in Haiti that failed because the family member in charge did such a poor job as a manager? Read this...

FLASH: Total selling all its Haiti Gas Stations to Bandari Corp

Haiti Business News - Soon you may see all the Total gas stations in Haiti with a different label... French oil company Total has agreed to sell all its Haiti Gas Stations to a new company called Bandari Corporation Ltd.

Haitians Import Everything, Haiti imports reached an all time high back in October

Besides some of the fresh fruits and vegetables that comes from the countryside, the Republic of Haiti imports everything. On average, Haiti imports $266,000,000 US dollars of goods and commodities from other countries each and every month.

Haiti Agriculture - There is money to be made growing rice, some entrepreneurs say

There is a strong foreign demand for high-quality organic rice, says Fabias Voltaire, a 37-year-old Haitian entrepreneur. It may cost more, but many regard it as healthier and better-tasting than American varieties.

Haiti's ranking in Forbes Best And Worst Countries For Business 2018

Forbes released its best and worst countries for business 2018 and Haiti is not exactly where we would like it to be in that list. Haiti is not quite opened for business according to the Forbes list.