Sales for Digicel Haiti dropped 11 percent for past 3 Months

One of the most successful companies that has been operating in the Haitian market has not been feeling very good lately. For the past three Months ending in September, 2013 revenues for Digicel fell by over $7million to $691million. This is definitely. The number is much worst in Haiti for Digicel. "Tande"...


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The performance of Digicel in Haiti performance dipped sharply. The leading cellphone company who at one time was the only player in the Haitian market watched its sales fell by 11 percent to $126 million.

Is this the beginning of the end for the "Red Giant" in Haiti?

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The mobile phone company owned by businessman Denis O'Brien has attributed recent decline in sales to overall weaker economic conditions in Haiti and new price plans they have introduced recently

Digicel has a 75 per cent market share in mobile phone business in Haiti

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Raymond Lafontant says...

where do we find those data?

there is not an independent system to control the traffic like in others

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