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    Haiti ranked among the best countries for investment

    According to the latest report of the World Bank (WB), published in December 2012, Haiti is ranked among the top countries in terms of Investment Promotion online. This report, which measures the investment climate has been created in partnership with "ProInvest" (Programme of the European Commission) and the Ministry of Finance of Spain.

    Haiti made a considerable jump in the rankings measuring the effectiveness of 189 Investment Promotion Agencies, the CFI has indeed achieved the distinction "Best Practices" in the promotion of investments online with a score of 85%. This is an excellent result compared to the note of 32% "Mention weak" obtained during the last interim evaluation in June 2012, and above the average obtained by the countries of the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) estimated at 67% (2012).

    This good performance was possible thanks to the efforts of the CFI team that stood out among the 189 other participating agencies, by implementing an online communication strategy, responding to standards and practices recommended by the World Bank.

    "The decision making process in terms of investment consists of four steps: the search for information, site visits, negotiation and implementation process. The access to information is the first step, which determines most often the interest or no of an investor to continue its efforts. By effectively communicating the economic potential of the country, by disseminating relevant sectoral information and by providing an excellent service, we improve the transparency and strengthen investor confidence," explained Me Georges Andy René, Director General of CFI, which expressed his greater satisfaction, regarding the work of his team, more determined than ever to improve the level of attraction of Haiti, especially in another report of the World Bank entitled "Doing Business".

    This distinction is an excellent news for Haiti, which wants to make of privates investments, the engine of economic growth, job creation and social development.
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    your country is going to experience a land grab

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    White people already bought most of them

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    Same thing for many parts in Africa - there is lots of room for growth present in these "low income" countries. This can be good or bad, depending on who is going to making the critical investment in Haiti

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    White people only tell you what they want you to believe if they can say Haiti is the best place for investment after they bought most of the lands that tells you something
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    Haiti - Economy : Growth forecast (2013), Haiti first in the Caribbean
    23/01/2013 09:31:12

    After having received an excellent score of 85% in online promotion to attract investment in 2012, Haiti has won the leading position in the Caribbean in terms of growth forecast for the year 2013 and therefore, intends to finally turn towards the growth paths.

    The "World Bank's Global Economic Prospects" (World Bank), indicates in its report, that Haiti s going to experience a growth rate of GDP of around 6% in 2013, placing the country in a leading position in the Caribbean. For the years 2014-2015, Haiti intends to get a place in the category of countries with high growth in the region, by showing growth rates of around 4.2%

    The acceleration of growth in Haiti for years to come, as predicted the World Bank, is a very good news for the country because according to UNICEF, 78% of the Haitian population lives below the poverty line, including 56% in extreme poverty.

    Although there are many determinants to the growth, underlines the Investment Facilitation Center (CFI) "there is a fundamental factor that plays the most crucial role. It is the investment. Indeed, in a country with a dynamic economy, it is investment that made progress the society with its multiple linkages between the different economic agents. Overall, the countries are progressing due to investments that have the dual advantage of acting on the growth both through its effects on supply and demand.

    Considering the importance of investment in developing countries, the IFC is at the heart of the battle for growth, because of its role of promoter and facilitator of investments in the country. The CFI, conscious of its role, under the leadership of Me Georges Andy René its CEO, has redouble efforts to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), so that Haiti can finally be in the the way of the

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