Some $1.4 billion in Dominican goods pour across the border every year, paying next to no taxes. The leading thinktank the Center for Strategic and International Studies shows how Haiti could balance its budget by just collecting a moderate duty on this commodity tsunami.
While politicians were pillaging the state, Reginald paid $17.9 million in taxes
Neither the violence of the so-called “left” nor the corruption of the so-called right, but entrepreneurs joining with the people to modernize the government. The route successfully taken by many of Haiti’s neighbors
Penned last summer after demagogic politicians sent mobs to burn his stores
A vandalism coldly calculated and perpetrated under cover of crowds of the discontented
Sen. Rudolph Boulos (Nord-Est, 2006-2012) trying to get AID to fix its dam at Croix-des-Bouquets, a highly-successful project that was damaged by Hurricane Matthew nearly a year ago.