Haiti investment potential
The benefits in investing in a country like Haiti.
On May 18, 2015, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) commended the Haitian authority for maintaining macroeconomic stability in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake. The authority has even maintained a moderate inflation, positive growth (7.8% in 2012), good debt assessment and adequate international reserves. The country, a WTO member, is now poised for growth. Haiti has significant geological and untapped mining resource potentials. It has a pro-business government, free market economy, low-cost labor and an abundance of hard working work force (because the average age of Haitians is 21.4 years). It is strategically located near the world's largest economy (USA) and two emerging countries Brazil and Colombia. The country has good access for maritime trade. Haiti simply needs capital in varieties of forms-- it might be cultural, social, intellectual, experimental, financial or material.