Of course the country must be electrified. However, Natcom...

Enzo - September 29 2013, 9:39 PM

Of course the country must be electrified.

However, Natcom, Digicel and other foreign companies already in the Haitian market should not be given priority.

There is Electricite de France, FPL and many other companies in different countries (minus DR) that can bid.

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