Remember, these are American businesses not Dominican. It is...

Legrand Parisien Salvant - June 8 2013, 12:23 AM

Remember, these are American businesses not Dominican.

It is part of the way of retrieving the remittances sent to Haiti.

I have told people and they did not believe me when I said: if America did not find a way to get back the money sent to Haiti, it would have outlawed transfers.

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