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Le projet de construction d’un Parc linéaire, qui assurera la liaison entre Dahabon et Ouanaminthe, constituera une véritable promotion pour l’écotourisme, etsiment les autorités dominicaines et haïtiennes.

Sonia Mateo, sénatrice dominicaine, et Ana Carrasco, representant du ministère haïtien de l’Environnement à Dahabon, ont confirmé l’information : les autorités dominicaines et haïtiennes vont adopter des mesures conjointes pour le développement de l’écotourisme entre les deux Etats. Un Parc linéaire entre Ouanaminthe, une ville du Nord-Est d’Haïti, et Dahabon, dans le Nord-Ouest de la République dominicaine, constituera le premier acte de cette entente.

Plusieurs milliers d’arbres seront mis en terre des deux côtés de la rivière Massacre, ont indiqué la sénatrice dominicaine et la représentante du ministère haitien de l’Environnement. La rivière Massacre sépare les deux Républiques, haïtienne et dominicaine.

Selon Sonia Mateo, « la promotion de tels projets écologiques doit contribuer à améliorer la vie des gens qui vivent des deux côtés de la frontière ». Récemment, des écologistes dominicains dénonçaient l’exploitation illégale , côté haitien , de la rivière Massacre . Rafael Silverio, expert dominicain en environnement, a affirmé que la situation s’est considérablement améliorée depuis lors , grâce à la compréhension des Haïtiens résidant dans la région frontalière.

Le coût du projet Parc linéaire n’est pas encore indiqué par les autorités concernées.
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Jacqueline Charles/Miami Herald/MCT Kim Woong Ki, second from right, visits the site of his future factory in northeast Haiti.
By Jacqueline Charles, McClatchy Newspapers

CARACOL, Haiti -- Standing in the middle of the dirt-poor rural
village on a cool afternoon, the neatly dressed Korean garment tycoon
surveyed the rugged mountaintops and surrounding bean fields as he tried
to envision the future a year from now.

But it wasn't until Kim Woong Ki stared into the curious faces
surrounding him that the chairman of Korea's leading manufacturer and
exporter of textiles and clothing realized the real value of his $78
million business investment decision.

"I didn't really set out to bring people hope," Kim said, as he rode
away from the village on Haiti's northern coast halfway between the
cities of Cap-Haitien and Ouanaminthe. "Coming here, seeing the site and
walking among the people, I realized that what I'm going to do here in
creating the factory and the jobs is give people hope."

A major supplier to U.S. retailers Target, Wal-Mart, Kohl's and Gap,
Sae-A is expanding its garment-making operations to Haiti as the anchor
tenant in a new 617-acre industrial park being created in the country's
underdeveloped northern region. For the first time, Haiti's 2
million-a-week T-shirt-stitching industry will also include the
country's only knit and dyeing mill with Sae-A pumping 6,000 tons of
ground water a day for its export operations.

"For the first time ever, apparel sewn in Haiti will be using fabric
made in Haiti," said Kim, whose company already has operations in
Guatemala and Nicaragua.

With the company gearing up to recruit Haitian managers as early as
this month for a planned March 2012 opening, the deal is already having a
multiplier effect. Local hotel and restaurant owners are optimistic, as
are potential workers like 23-year-old Luckner Peter, about the
possibility of 20,000 new jobs in the area. Luckner was among dozens of
young men hired by the government at 50 cents a hole to help install a
fence around the property.

"This is going to change our community," said Louicot Alexandre,
president of the chamber of commerce for Northeast Haiti, a region of
about 300,000 residents. "This shows that Haiti is prepared to do
business with the world, and it's OK to do business with Haiti."

Valued at about $300 million, the job-creation package is one of
Haiti's biggest foreign investments. U.S. officials call it an
"unprecedented collaboration" between the Haitian and U.S. governments,
and the Inter-American Development Bank. So much is at stake that some
Haiti observers mused that it was perhaps one of the reasons for the
United States' heavy involvement in the Nov. 28 presidential election
debacle.

Twice before, Kim had tried to invest in Haiti. Each time, his
decision was thwarted. There was political turmoil in 1994 after he
signed a memorandum of understanding, and then the Jan. 12, 2010,
earthquake shortly after another trip.

"We have in our business proposal a huge chapter called hurdles and
obstacles," said Lon Garwood, advisor to Kim. "Our initial business
proposal didn't look like a business proposal. It looked like why we
can't do business in Haiti."

But that was before the U.S. government stepped in, and before U.S.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's personal plea on behalf of Haiti
during a Korea visit.

With the Haitian government donating the land and compensating
farmers, the U.S. plans to build 5,000 houses, a 25-megawatt electricity
grid for the park and surrounding area, and a waste and water treatment
plant as part of its $124 million contribution. The Inter-American
Development Bank is contributing more than $100 million for construction
of buildings and roads.

"These kinds of investment deals are incredibly hard," said Cheryl
Mills, Clinton's chief of staff, who has been credited with leading the
effort for more than a year to bring together all sides including
Haiti's private sector. "They take prolonged coordination and
consultation, and accommodation and negotiation. But ultimately what
they really take is an audacious amount of faith."

It is this faith that the U.S. and others are banking on as they
seek to revive Haiti's post-earthquake shattered economy by helping the
nation's garment industry take better advantage of U.S.-Congress
approved duty-free trade legislation benefiting the industry. Once
boasting 100,000 jobs, the industry has just 28,000. About 9,000 of
those were created because of the removal of tariffs.

Last May, a sympathetic Congress extended the trade benefits to
2020. Now Haiti's private sector is hoping to attract 60,000 new jobs
with the industrial park in the north. They are also eyeing another park
in the south, just outside of the quake-ravaged capital of
Port-au-Prince.



"We are no longer talking just about garment assembly. We are
talking about a true textile industry short of planting cotton. That is
what is being developed," said Georges Sassine, who is also responsible
for implementing the U duty-free legislation.

Sae-A's revenues are more than double Haiti's garment industry's
$512 million exports for 2009. In addition to Haitian managers, the
company has committed to pay line workers at least four times Haiti's
average $640 GDP per capita. The facility itself will boast a cooling
system, recreational facilities and a football field. With the
construction bid package currently being prepared to go out this month,
the first phase has already been laid out. Sae-A's operations will
occupy 126 of 185 acres, said Mark D'Sa, a Miami-based executive with
Gap who has been on loan with the State Department to help Haiti better
take advantage of trade legislation.

D'Sa said other potential clients include a furniture maker and two
other apparel companies. Not far from the site, and separate from the
industrial park, the Dominican government is planning to build a
university.

Still, the deal has detractors with some protesting using farmland
for what some are calling "sweatshops." Government officials say the
land belongs to the state and compensation packages are being worked out
for farmers who have been illegally living off it.

"We have sought investments outside of Port-au-Prince for years,"
said Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive. "In Haiti, the real
tough infrastructure investments in energy, ports and industrial zones
have largely been avoided. It's these investments that will generate the
productive base of which Haiti can grow and prosper
economically."


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Jacqueline Charles/Miami Herald/MCT Kim Woong Ki, second from right, visits the site of his future factory in northeast Haiti.
By Jacqueline Charles, McClatchy Newspapers

CARACOL, Haiti -- Standing in the middle of the dirt-poor rural
village on a cool afternoon, the neatly dressed Korean garment tycoon
surveyed the rugged mountaintops and surrounding bean fields as he tried
to envision the future a year from now.

But it wasn't until Kim Woong Ki stared into the curious faces
surrounding him that the chairman of Korea's leading manufacturer and
exporter of textiles and clothing realized the real value of his $78
million business investment decision.

"I didn't really set out to bring people hope," Kim said, as he rode
away from the village on Haiti's northern coast halfway between the
cities of Cap-Haitien and Ouanaminthe. "Coming here, seeing the site and
walking among the people, I realized that what I'm going to do here in
creating the factory and the jobs is give people hope."

A major supplier to U.S. retailers Target, Wal-Mart, Kohl's and Gap,
Sae-A is expanding its garment-making operations to Haiti as the anchor
tenant in a new 617-acre industrial park being created in the country's
underdeveloped northern region. For the first time, Haiti's 2
million-a-week T-shirt-stitching industry will also include the
country's only knit and dyeing mill with Sae-A pumping 6,000 tons of
ground water a day for its export operations.

"For the first time ever, apparel sewn in Haiti will be using fabric
made in Haiti," said Kim, whose company already has operations in
Guatemala and Nicaragua.

With the company gearing up to recruit Haitian managers as early as
this month for a planned March 2012 opening, the deal is already having a
multiplier effect. Local hotel and restaurant owners are optimistic, as
are potential workers like 23-year-old Luckner Peter, about the
possibility of 20,000 new jobs in the area. Luckner was among dozens of
young men hired by the government at 50 cents a hole to help install a
fence around the property.

"This is going to change our community," said Louicot Alexandre,
president of the chamber of commerce for Northeast Haiti, a region of
about 300,000 residents. "This shows that Haiti is prepared to do
business with the world, and it's OK to do business with Haiti."

Valued at about $300 million, the job-creation package is one of
Haiti's biggest foreign investments. U.S. officials call it an
"unprecedented collaboration" between the Haitian and U.S. governments,
and the Inter-American Development Bank. So much is at stake that some
Haiti observers mused that it was perhaps one of the reasons for the
United States' heavy involvement in the Nov. 28 presidential election
debacle.

Twice before, Kim had tried to invest in Haiti. Each time, his
decision was thwarted. There was political turmoil in 1994 after he
signed a memorandum of understanding, and then the Jan. 12, 2010,
earthquake shortly after another trip.

"We have in our business proposal a huge chapter called hurdles and
obstacles," said Lon Garwood, advisor to Kim. "Our initial business
proposal didn't look like a business proposal. It looked like why we
can't do business in Haiti."

But that was before the U.S. government stepped in, and before U.S.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's personal plea on behalf of Haiti
during a Korea visit.

With the Haitian government donating the land and compensating
farmers, the U.S. plans to build 5,000 houses, a 25-megawatt electricity
grid for the park and surrounding area, and a waste and water treatment
plant as part of its $124 million contribution. The Inter-American
Development Bank is contributing more than $100 million for construction
of buildings and roads.

"These kinds of investment deals are incredibly hard," said Cheryl
Mills, Clinton's chief of staff, who has been credited with leading the
effort for more than a year to bring together all sides including
Haiti's private sector. "They take prolonged coordination and
consultation, and accommodation and negotiation. But ultimately what
they really take is an audacious amount of faith."

It is this faith that the U.S. and others are banking on as they
seek to revive Haiti's post-earthquake shattered economy by helping the
nation's garment industry take better advantage of U.S.-Congress
approved duty-free trade legislation benefiting the industry. Once
boasting 100,000 jobs, the industry has just 28,000. About 9,000 of
those were created because of the removal of tariffs.

Last May, a sympathetic Congress extended the trade benefits to
2020. Now Haiti's private sector is hoping to attract 60,000 new jobs
with the industrial park in the north. They are also eyeing another park
in the south, just outside of the quake-ravaged capital of
Port-au-Prince.



"We are no longer talking just about garment assembly. We are
talking about a true textile industry short of planting cotton. That is
what is being developed," said Georges Sassine, who is also responsible
for implementing the U duty-free legislation.

Sae-A's revenues are more than double Haiti's garment industry's
$512 million exports for 2009. In addition to Haitian managers, the
company has committed to pay line workers at least four times Haiti's
average $640 GDP per capita. The facility itself will boast a cooling
system, recreational facilities and a football field. With the
construction bid package currently being prepared to go out this month,
the first phase has already been laid out. Sae-A's operations will
occupy 126 of 185 acres, said Mark D'Sa, a Miami-based executive with
Gap who has been on loan with the State Department to help Haiti better
take advantage of trade legislation.

D'Sa said other potential clients include a furniture maker and two
other apparel companies. Not far from the site, and separate from the
industrial park, the Dominican government is planning to build a
university.

Still, the deal has detractors with some protesting using farmland
for what some are calling "sweatshops." Government officials say the
land belongs to the state and compensation packages are being worked out
for farmers who have been illegally living off it.

"We have sought investments outside of Port-au-Prince for years,"
said Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive. "In Haiti, the real
tough infrastructure investments in energy, ports and industrial zones
have largely been avoided. It's these investments that will generate the
productive base of which Haiti can grow and prosper
economically."


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E BYEN MARTELLY KI PRAL FÈ LAJWA ZOUKE,MAXIMO, DRNO KI PRAL LEVE TI MAYO ANLÈ, BON YAYAD NAN KANAVAL 2012.

SITOU DAPRE SA MWEN APRANN PREZIDAN PRAL REVÈTI MAYO ROZ LI POU VOYE KONPA MONTE SOU CHANDMAS.
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Michel Martelly pourra etre le benficiaire des demarches de Rene Preval .supposons que l'universite de limonade soit une realite ,le nouveau barrage finance par le bresil, Ce nouveau park industriel du Nord.la reconstruction de la capitale etc ,les haitiens comprendront-ils que toutes ces realisations sont les oeuvres de Rene Preval?
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ARRETE.. HIER PREVAL C'ETAIT CECI CELA.. Maintenant. tu critiques Martelly… Gro zozzo stop.. quand tu étais malicieux.. tu étais plus subtile et candide… rozo.. ça suffit.. calme les choses

un peu d'œcuménisme pour 6 mois… ne fais pas ce que les autres ont fait A Aristide et A Preval… sinon c'est un cercle vicieux.. n'oublie jamais qu'on nous écoute… tout est contrôlé et calculé.. alors reste gentil.. et sois subtilement socialiste.. s'il te plait…lol..
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Linite volo twop nan vle tout pou yo. Aliboron Martelly fout yon pakala , SOT KI BAY ENBESIL KI PA PRAN
Kite zwayl Martely voye gouyad, yon jou pou chase, yon jou pou jibye.
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MWEN PAP JAM KA KONPWAN BAGAY SA KI SA NOU VLE LA .
SI AYITI AVANSE C POU TOUT MOUN LAP BON TOUT AYISYEN RICH OU POV SA NOU VLE LA ALOR NOU VLE C YUN MOUN KI POU REYISI E NON AYITI LE YUN MOUN REYISI LI REYISI POU KOL E NON AYITI.
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E KONBYEN PWOJET DEPI SOU BAND MACHWA KI RETE LA TIWA SI MARTELI TA REYISI SA YO LI FET POU TA GINYEN KREDI POU YO .
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LE REPUBLIKIN FE DE GWO PROJET OU DEMOKRAT YO TOU PARTI KI REALIZE LI C PA LI KI GINYEN KREDI POU LI.
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je vous prie de bien lire mes textes avant de vous eriger en mon censeur.J'ai dit Michel martelly pourra beneficier des demarches de Rene Preval est-ce une critique du President Martelly qui n'a pas encore assumé la presidence.

On peut critiquer les moeurs et grivoiseries de Martelly ,mais on ne peut pas encore critiqué son gouvernment puisqu'il n'a pas encore prete serment.Si pour vous les mauvaises manières de Martelly sont des peches veniels qui ne devraient pas avoir aucune consideration sur son caractère pour assumer la presidence du pays c'est votre droit, mais vous ne pouvez pas empecher certains haitiens d'avoir des doutes sur sa competence pour gouverner le pays.C'est au pied du mur qu'on reconnaitra s'il est un vrai macon.N'importe qui peut faire des promesses.Il faudra attendre pour voir s'il realisera les reformes qu'il suggère.je ne souhaite pas son echec; au contraire j'aimerais qu'il reussisse pour que ce mythe :"le pouvoir aux plus capables" soit demystifié.

je comprends bien ceux qui partagent ses grivoiseries et coutumes sont mecontents quand on lui fait des reproches,mais il assume la responsabilité de ses actes.Je me demande si vous auriez la meme bienveillance envers Coupe Cloué , Ti paris ou ti manno si ces artistes auraient ete elu President d'haiti.
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Tankou jan ke Zouke di an, ki mele moun ak ki moun ki pran kredi pou sesi oubyen sela. Se pa sa ki enpòtan, si peyi an amelyore se pou tout Ayisyen, se pa sèl pou Preval oubyen Martelly.
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Je voudrais tout simplement attirer l'attention des particpants sur la chance de Martelly qui pourra etre un Dumarsais Estime s'il s'entoure de collaborateurs competents et honnètes.Quoi qu'on dise meme si le pays est devasté par le tremblement de terre Martelly heritera d'un grand travail de mobilisation de l'aide internationale entrepris par Rene Preval.se sa nou rele bourik travay chwal pral galonnen.

Oui c'est vrai j'ai critiqué Rene Preval en plusieurs occasions. mais je dois aussi donner à Cesar son du quand il le merite.
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Roseau di: Je voudrais tout simplement attirer l'attention des particpants sur la chance de Martelly qui pourra etre un Dumarsais Estime s'il s'entoure de collaborateurs competents et honnètes.
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Rev pwen di tou mwen di ke li ka yon Dumarsais estime sil antoure li de moun onet e konpetan.Mwen di ke sirkonstans peyi ka favorab pou li paske li jwen yon travay ki deja fet e li genyen chans poul jwen anpil ed. sa pa vle di ke mwen pa rekonet li kom yon Mister gaga non.
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