PHOTO: Haiti - Proposed Beachfront Resort in Cote-de-Fer

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Look at this photo... A rendering of a proposed beachfront resort development at Cote-de-Fer, Haiti, from the Ministry of Tourism of Haiti...

Haiti Needs $350 Million to develop 16-Mile stretch in Cote-de-Fer...

The plan is to turn a 16-mile stretch of largely unoccupied beachfront on the country's southern coast, known as Côté de Fer, to build a resort area.

Haiti's Ministry of Tourism estimates it will need up to $350 million in private investment to develop the area, including infrastructure such as utilities, a sewer system and roads.

Read more from The Wall Street Journal

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Fabster mwen pansse ke c yon bel bagay pou peyi a. et mwen panse tou que commentaire negatif sa yo fok yo sispann yo plus gen ayisyen ki negatif plus energi... see more
Reply · October 22 at 7:26 AM
Joseph Larousse Mwen kampe bien janm pa deryer mouvman sa et mwen fe youn gro Kompliman a tout citoyen kite chita ansanm pou vini avec youn ide parey.
Reply · September 30 at 6:47 PM
Em1456734 It will never happend since they will ask you 200 millions under the table lol
Reply · September 30 at 5:22 PM

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