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Haiti - DR : Development of the border, 200,000 jobs over 10 years...
17/04/2016 10:40:46

Haiti - DR : Development of the border, 200,000 jobs over 10 years...
Friday, the Binational Economic Council Quisqueya (CEBQ) presented its development project for the Haitiaon-Dominican border at the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the largest global development institution devoted exclusively to the private sector belonging to the Group of the World Bank.

As part of the activity "Private Sector Solutions in a complex market", in which were presented several projects at an international level, Fernando Capellán and Juan Bautista Vicini, leaders of the Economic Council Binational Quisqueya on the side of Dominican Republic, explained how the border development project, simultaneously creates the conditions for progress for its inhabitants. "The decision to invest in Haiti was a logical decision based on the benefits of the Dominican Republic with respect to the Hope-Help legislation. The Industrial Development Company, currently has 8,000 employees to its workforce and we believe that for the next 10 years, we can create 200,000 jobs. Therefore, we would like the World Bank is preparing to evaluate the needs on the border and help us to face them," declared Fernando Capellán President of the CODEVI, textile manufacturing company located in Ouanaminthe and part of the project CEBQ.

Juan Bautista Vicini, for his part has focused on the need to create employment opportunities in the Dominican Republic and Haiti for the next 25 years. "Population growth in both countries is a fact, investing in the border, this is the best way to create opportunities and improve the living conditions of the population of both countries. We are currently conducting a large investment project and we would like the World Bank
accompanies us in this project. If the World Bank deals with issues such as health and water, us, we will do the rest," indicated the Dominican businessman.

SL/ HaitiLibre

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