Did Haitian Government Lie Over Chicken And Eggs From Dominican Republic?

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Michel Martelly of Haiti, Danilo Medina of Dominican Republic

Dominican Media reported that the Haitian President Michel Martelly admitted that he lied over poultry products from the Dominican Republic.

According to Dominicantoday.com, Dominican President President Danilo Medina, during a meeting held on Sunday(6/30/13) with Michell Martelly and Haiti Foreign minister Pierre-Richard Casimir, the Haitian leader admitted that poultry products from the Dominican Republic are of good quality and that the Haitian ban was strictly economic.

The meeting was held during the summit of the Petrocaribe member nations in Nicaragua where the Haitian Government said that his country loses around $300 million in unpaid tax revenue due to chicken and eggs import from the Dominican Republic

Source: Dominican Today

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Raymond Lafontant says...

THAT'S A CLEAR CASE OF MISMANAGEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE ON THE PART OF HAITI.

BOTH CONTRIES ARE MEMBERS OF THE WTO AND THIS ORGANISATION HAS RULES FOR THOSES CASES.

HAITI GOVERNEMENT SHOULD HAVE A PANEL OF EXPERTS FOR THIS DOMAIN.

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