American Apparel Companies Interested in Investing in Haiti

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American Apparel Companies Interested in Investing in Haiti

Expert say that, If American apparel companies interested in investing in Haiti begin manufacturing in Haiti, that could mean 100,000 jobs for Haiti.

This would be a great boost for the Haitian Economy


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