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Foreign Investment does NOT ignite Haiti's development when all the capital is flown overseas, these companies pay not real taxes, and there is no living wage. Historically what is called "Foreign Investment" has always meant the unscrupolous extraction of profits without regards to its consequences on the people or the environment and leaving no useful gain in Haitit...Ezilidanto

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May 11, 2012

HAITI'S PM HOPES TO DRAFT NEW MINING LAW IN 6 MONTHS

United Nations- Haiti's government hopes to introduce a new mining law within 6 months that could set royalty rates of between 9 and 12 percent in an effort to ensure that the country benefits from its mineral wealth, potentially worth $20 billion, the prime minister said Wednesday.

GOLD! HAITI HOPES ORE FIND WILL SPUR MINING BOOM.

Haiti's land may hold the key to centuries of poverty, disaster and disease. If the mining companies are honest and if Haiti has a good Government, then there is a way for this country to move forward. Bureau of Mines Director Dieuseul Anglade.

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Over 15% of Haiti's Territory is under license to North American Mining firms and their partners.