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What's not to like?

This is no doubt the best opportunity for Haiti to really move forward.

The best part of it is that, beside providing valuable jobs to the residents of La Gonave, the company will also pay 30% revenue to the government of Haiti.

So, why the delay?

We're talking about Green dollars here :)

I think if the government of Haiti wants to do the right thing, they should approve this project immediately.

Paul, November 13 2013, 9:32 AM

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What's not to like? This is no doubt the best opportunity for Haiti to really move forward. The best part of it is that, beside providing valuable... read more >
Paul, 13-Nov-13 9:32 am
I like the idea but I don't like the fact the head quarters will be in Houston Texas, it's a way for USA to take over the island. The Haitian... read more >
Pierre F On Facebook, 13-Nov-13 9:47 am
2 weeks ago, I asked one of my best friends what ever happened to the La Gonave Development Project that I had seen on the web about 2 years ago? He... read more >
Jean-claude B On Facebook, 13-Nov-13 9:48 am
i think haiti needs projects like this one we need to develop the country haiti is in need of change and developement job and tourism.the green... read more >
Merline Cherenfant, 13-Nov-13 10:04 am
This should have been approved longtime ago and moving forward. Where the leaders are visionless the people perish. Haitian people are "God", they... read more >
Legrand Parisien Salvant, 13-Nov-13 12:31 pm
This project sounds good from a business point of view. However, my concern is about the politics of this project. There were no details as to... read more >
Ana Dayiti, 13-Nov-13 4:21 pm
It is a great idea to have la gonave developped and that will an open door for all haitians. I hope the haitian gorvernment do their homework and... read more >
H Senatus, 14-Nov-13 2:09 am
As long you're not taking this island for yourself. The island of la Gonave belong to the people of haiti. The gouvernement of Haiti must be in... read more >
Maryse, 14-Nov-13 5:41 am
Haiti is open for business Vin'nou pwofite panden ke'l lap passe'a read more >
Turenne Jean-francois, 14-Nov-13 8:18 pm
THANK YOU TO ALL PEACE AND LOVE. read more >
Maryse, 14-Nov-13 8:30 pm
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