Office Of Investment Facilitation Center (CFI) In Cap Haitien
Haiti's speedy and successful introduction to the world market is dependent on the investments the country acquires both locally and internationally from the different sectors. To make sure that the country is being able to attract more and more investments in so as to develop economically, the government Center for Investment Facilitation (CFI) that promotes and facilitates private investments to the country.
With the proclamation of CFI's former director Laurent Lamothe as Hawaii's new Prime Minister earlier this year, Mr. Karl Jean-Louis was since given the task to head the responsibilities of the autonomous body. The CFI is the union of the public and private sectors in further developing Haiti in terms of its economy through investment opportunities. This is for the Haiti's government and its departments to gain support in the different projects that aim for the development and welfare of the country and its citizens. With its slogan to the rest of the world, "Haiti is now open for business". The CFI has been said to be able to have helped establish more than a hundred companies and have provided about 60,000 jobs through the years.
The CFI has recently opened its first office in Haitian city of Cap Haitien in order to expand its reach to the north of the country for more investments and initiatives. With the addition of more investors from the United States, CFI Director Jean-Louis believes that the new office will be able to attract more and more investors in the area and in Haiti in general, in terms of tourism and agriculture.
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I'm writing this note in the interest of opening a business in Haiti.
I have duel citizenship, and I'm trying to acquire enough information on business and the functionality of company in Haiti.
I will be in the country and I will stop by the CFI of to request some information.
Harold J Cazena
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