Haiti – News : Zapping…
Promises of the Prime Minister
On Thursday, October 1, 2020, the start of the new fiscal year (2020-2021), Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe reiterated his desire to : fight corruption; respect accountability; strengthen and secure land ownership; consolidate public finances and pursue budgetary rigor in the direction of reducing monetary financing of the deficit by the Bank of the Republic of Haiti.
Foreign exchange market : new measures from the BRH
The Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) has announced that from October 1, 2020, it will feed the foreign exchange market on a weekly basis as a way to keep the exchange rate more or less stable.
Textile : US Senate votes to renew CBTPA
On Wednesday evening, a week after the favorable vote in the House of Representatives, the US Senate approved the 10-year renewal of the Caribbean Basin Commercial Partnership Act (CBTPA), enough to reassure investors present or future to settle in Haiti, ensure that some of their products will continue to have preferential access to the American market.
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P-A-P : 30,000 m3 of rubbish…
Kinton Louis Director General of the National Equipment Center (CNE) informed that as part of the vast “CNE lakay ou” cleaning operation launched on June 21, more than 30,000 m3 of rubbish and alluvium were removed from the streets de la Capitale and the operation continues unabated…
Ambassador of Haiti to Japan
Helph Monod Honorat has been appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Embassy of Haiti in Japan. Having studied at the University of Kobe in Japan as a Japanese Government scholarship holder, Ambassador Honorat, who lived for a decade in the land of the rising sun, has a great knowledge of Japan.
Meeting at the Palace with the subcontracting sector
President Moïse received in audience, this October 1, 2020, at the National Palace, representatives of the subcontracting sector around the socio-economic situation of the country and the decisions to be taken together to improve the investment framework for the benefit of national development.