Does it really matter? Is there that much of a difference...

James P - November 14 2012, 10:21 PM

Does it really matter?

Is there that much of a difference between being the poorest and the 2nd or 3rd poorest in the hemisphere?

How does this so called upgrade address Haiti's current economic, social, and political quagmire?

Do advise!

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