Haiti gross domestic product went up to 4 percent in 2013

Should Michel Martelly say: Yap Rablabal, map travail? If you look at the latest data coming from the International Monetary Fund, you would say that he is right.


based on the latest information from the International Monetary Fund, Haiti's gross domestic product grew in the 2013 fiscal year by almost 4 percent. This is preliminary information that will be verified after the entire year is over. This is better than expected as the International Monetary Fund projected the growth at 3.4 percent as late as last June of this year.

Si se konsa, anbin bagay yo pa pi mal!

Pou tout bagay ki ginyin nan lari Potoprins, mwen panse bagay yo te pi mal oui.

The better than expected performance has to do with the following conditions:
1) Major spending in reconstruction
2) Increase in export of textile
3) Better production in agriculture

Eske gouvenman-an merite yon chans pou li kontinwe traval?

Eske ou panse ke pandan ke Martelly ap travail, Yap Rablabal?

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Kaoukaw says...

bay gouvenman an yon chans si lap fe biyen nan peiya.

Se sa nou

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Patrick Gaspard says...

Si ces donnees sont vraies je dirais come Jean:LAISSEZ UNE CHANCE AU

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Jean says...

Sepou yo kite neg la travay depi se opwofi Haiti nou tout sipose

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