Haiti, a possible Television manufacturer in the future

There is a chance that Haiti might be in the business of manufacturing Television in the future. According to information obtained by HaitiObserver.Com, a Japanese company is currently interested in building a Television manufacturing plant in Haiti.


We have learned that a meeting was held recently between the Director General of the National Council of Telecommunications (CONATEL) and FUNAI Electric CO which is a major Japanese multinational firm. This Japanese company has delivered electronic brands such as Emerson, Magnavox and Phillips and others.

This is yet another hopeful sigh for Haiti as the country is fighting its way out of poverty.

So what do you think about this possibility which is to see Haiti become a major exporter of Television sets to a major market such as the United States and canada?

Pawol pale, pawol komprann...

Mezanmi, se piti piti zoizo fè nich li oui. Si nou kontinye ap mete yon tipay isit, yon ti pay laba, yon lè nou gin pou nou ouè ke no gin yon gro nish.

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