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The 3 companies making the biggest investments in Haiti in the last 12 years are European. In total, they invested more than $1.5 billion during this period. These companies: Digicel (Ireland) more than $1 billion since 2006 (purchase of Voilà, ACN and the construction of the Marriott Hotel); the oil operator Rubis (France) more than 300 million (purchase of Dinasa) and brewer Heineken (Netherlands) more than 200 million (purchase of the National Brewery of Haiti, BRANA).
The Mayor of Cité Soleil kept his promise
The Mayor of Cité Soleil, Jean Hislain Frederic has kept his promise to the 14 scholars of Quisqueya University, giving a check of a 1.4 million Gourdes (1,487,890) Gourdes to the administrator of this University.
"Haiti's vote against Venezuela is fratricidal and ungrateful"
"Haiti's vote against the Republic of Venezuela is a fratricidal and ungrateful vote. It is an act that recalls Cain and Judas. Haiti, in this shameful situation must feel uncomfortable and can not, in any case benefit. The crime is shame and not the scaffold," said former Environment Minister Pierre Simon Georges.
Vocational Training Center for Persons with Disabilities
Gérald Oriol Jr., the Secretary of State for the Integration of People with Disabilities, visited the site under development of the "Hope Center for Rehabilitation and Technological Adaptation" (HCRAT). It should be remembered that HCRAT, located in Delams, promotes and encourages people with disabilities to reach their potential through vocational training.
"Chamber of Deputies : Between Propaganda and Realities"
The Chamber of Deputies has just published to the Editions C3, the report to date, the activities and acts of the Lower House under the title "Chamber of Deputies: Between Propaganda and Realities", informs Gary Bodeau
2010 Earthquake : UN commemorates its dead
On the occasion of the 9th anniversary of the 7.0 earthquake, which hit Haiti hard on January 12, 2010, United Nations personnel commemorate the families, friends and colleagues who lost their lives in the service of peace.