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For Investors, Haiti Remains a Tough Environment – ABC News


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For Investors, Haiti Remains a Tough Environment
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But like other expatriates and people of Haitian descent who glimpsed opportunity in helping rebuild the impoverished country, Toussaint received a rude awakening. A Haitian development group that offers financing to first-time entrepreneurs hasn't ...
Haiti slowly lures investors but business isn't easy amid red tape, fuzzy ...Fox News

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UN Chief Proposes Reduction in Force in Haiti – ABC News

UN Chief Proposes Reduction in Force in HaitiABC NewsSecretary-General Ban Ki-moon recommended a 15 percent reduction in the number of U.N. troops in Haiti on Tuesday and an examination of whether the beleaguered peacekeeping operation remains the best...

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Haiti slowly lures investors but business isn’t easy amid red tape, fuzzy … – Washington Post


Haiti slowly lures investors but business isn't easy amid red tape, fuzzy ...
Washington Post
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Nickson Toussaint returned to Haiti from Washington, D.C., with dreams of opening a small hotel along the shimmering coast north of the country's capital. He bought 2.6 acres of land for $70,000 and looked for a loan or investors.

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Chasing the ‘Brazilian dream,’ migrants strain the country’s immigration laws – Yahoo! News


Chasing the 'Brazilian dream,' migrants strain the country's immigration laws
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A three-day investigation earlier this month into the conditions at a refugee camp in Brasiléia by Conectas, a São Paulo-based human rights organization, revealed that more than 830 immigrants – mostly Haitians and including some 20 unaccompanied ...

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Haitian sees modest recovery in China’s injection press market – Plastics News


Haitian sees modest recovery in China's injection press market
Plastics News
Chinese injection machine maker Haitian said a "modest recovery" in the country's plastics molding equipment market helped fuel a 14 percent rise in company sales in the first half of the year, to 3.62 billion yuan ($590.8 million), but the firm was ...

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New Yorker, Citizen, Marine: Servicemember reveals journey to the Corps – Marines.mil (press release)

New Yorker, Citizen, Marine: Servicemember reveals journey to the CorpsMarines.mil (press release)This made him older than most Marines who join just after high school, and he brought his own cultural experiences as an immigrant with him. He took part ...

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Chasing the ‘Brazilian dream,’ migrants strain the country’s immigration laws – Christian Science Monitor


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Chasing the 'Brazilian dream,' migrants strain the country's immigration laws
Christian Science Monitor
A three-day investigation earlier this month into the conditions at a refugee camp in Brasiléia by Conectas, a São Paulo-based human rights organization, revealed that more than 830 immigrants – mostly Haitians and including some 20 unaccompanied ...

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Lwa Mountain: Post-Crisis Vodou in Haiti – PR Newswire (press release)

Lwa Mountain: Post-Crisis Vodou in HaitiPR Newswire (press release)Titled Lwa Mountain: Post Crisis Vodou in Haiti, the project will include a traveling photo exhibition, a documentary that will appear on the international film festival circuit, and a ...

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New Haiti airline to begin flying to Turks and Caicos – Fox News


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New Haiti airline to begin flying to Turks and Caicos
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They will travel from Haiti's coastal city of Cap-Haitien to the island of Providenciales. The route marks the first international service for the airline. Sunrise Airways is a new Haitian-owned commercial airline that began service in November. The ...
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From Haiti to Calhoun: Nurse-to-be ‘discovered’ while translating for US … – The Birmingham News – al.com


From Haiti to Calhoun: Nurse-to-be 'discovered' while translating for US ...
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TANNER, Alabama – The stack of thick medical books is half as tall as Farmega Innocent herself – but not nearly as tall as the mountains she has climbed from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to reach the nursing program at Calhoun Community College. “I never ...

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