Over 200,000 jobs expected at Haiti-Dominican Border in 10 years

Here is a name that most Haitians need to get familiar with, the Bi-national Economic Council Quisqueya or (CEBQ). Last Friday (April 15, 2016) CEBQ unveiled its development project for the Haitian-Dominican border at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and it is very promising. it is one of the largest global development institution which will be devoted exclusively to the private sector.

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The Quisqueya Economic Binational Council, CEBQ

The border development project expects to take advantage of the Hope-Help legislation and expects to create over 200,000 jobs at Haiti-Dominican Border in 10 years.

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Nestor Mateo says...

Haitians do not have another 10 years to expect.

Other projects MUST be implemented across the country to REALLY help the people improving their quality of live.

If this project kicks off, good

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Bwa Sanfey says...

That is a long time to implement this project.

Hope that project does not absorb the name of HAITI.

VEYE YO. ...

VEYE

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