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Haiti - Economy : Investors are getting impatient...
07/12/2010 08:27:08

Haiti - Economy : Investors are getting impatient...
Haiti present many investment opportunities, particularly in the textile sector, thanks to HOPE/HELP. However, several foreign companies have confirmed their investment and now are taken with the slowness and delays of the the government and getting impatient...

Parc Sonapi,Kwan Lim and Wilbes wait... :
Kwan Lim, a Korean company has filed three months of rent for the month of August and still awaiting delivery of a building, repaired or constructed. Like the Korean Wilbes waiting to open four buildings to accommodate 3,000 new workers, following the signing of a contract with Walmart.

Koreans getting impatient :
Koreans of Kyung Seung wait to our doors. While everything is ready to open 3 new factories near Coral Cesselesse, the government must expedite the process so that the land of 3 carreaux is released and the project goes ahead, for now nothing moves...

The Parc Industriel du Nord, is looking for occupants :
In late November meetings were held with Hansoll to find the future occupants of the North Industrial Park (Parc Industriel du Nord)...

Brazil: A Step Forward:
Negotiations with Brazil are continuing. Late November in Washington, the company Vicunha, 2nd largest company in the country, Ms. Josselyne Féthière, Minister of Trade and CTMO-HOPE met with U.S. State Department, World Bank and IDB, in order to advance in the Vicunha implementation process in Haiti. Coteminas, another large Brazilian company reiterated its intention to invest in Haiti.

See also:
https://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-1343-haiti-economy-textile-news-textile-news.html

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