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President Moise delivered heavy equipments to local officials of Cap Haitian, to clean up the country's second largest city

Posted by hougansydney.com on Friday, January 5, 2018, In : Infrastructures 


President Jovenel Moïse, accompanied by the Senator of the Northern Department, Nawoon Marcellus, and the Minister of Public Works, Ing. Fritz Caillot, proceeded this Thursday, January 4, at Boulevard Carrénage, in Cap-Haitien, the delivery of equipment and heavy equipment, to the Town Hall of this city and the departmental direction of the North.

In the rain, in the presence of members of the City Council of Cap-Haïtien and many citizens, President Moise delivered the equipments to the loc...

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President Moise officially opened new road in Haiti's Southern Department

Posted by hougansydney.com on Saturday, December 23, 2017, In : Infrastructures 


President Jovenel Moise, accompanied by the First Lady Martine Moise, the Prime Minister Mr. Jack Guy Lafontant, the Minister of Public Works, Transport and Communications,  Fritz Caillot, proceeded officially this Friday, December 22, at the opening of the road of Anbakan in the commune of Camp-Perrin, in the department of the South.


This fully concreted track over a length of 11 kilometers, was carried out as part of the deployment of the Caravane of Change in the South. The Caravan of Chang...

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Big business seeks contracts on Haiti Dominican border projects

Posted by Dominican Today on Saturday, April 18, 2015, In : Infrastructures 



Santo Domingo.- The National Business Council (Conep) has established the "Quisqueya Dialogue" to identify projects which could develop the border area, its president of Rafael Blanco  announced Thursday.

"Our effort is oriented precisely to create an investment climate of mutual trust between the Haitian and Dominican people," he said.

The business leader said Conep seeks to avert the violence that has raged in recent days, "there in Haiti, as well as on this side, because there have been viol...

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Natcom has new Director at its head.

Posted by hougansydney.com on Saturday, December 6, 2014, In : Infrastructures 


Mr. Hoang Van Ngoc is the new General Director of the second largest telecommunication company in Haiti, Natcom, operating in Haiti since September 2011. The new director promise to give  a new boost and a new image to the company and to also contribute in the development of Haiti. Mr. Ngoc also renew the company's commitment to improve the services provided by Natcom to its 2.4 million customers.

" We strongly believe that each Haitian, rich or poor, from Cap Haitien to Les Cayes, must have a...

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Haytrac Power and Gas

Posted by Sydney Noel on Tuesday, October 7, 2014, In : Infrastructures 

Haytrac Power & Gas has begun the construction of its U$123 million, 15.000 
m3 terminal for storage and supply of liquefied natural gas on August 20th 2013, near Cité Soleil and Morne à Cabrit . Also part of the project is the construction of a pipeline to directly supply fuel to the power plants of the industrial area of Port-au-Prince. The significance of this project is enormous, it will eliminate the cost of fuel transportation of these companies operating in the industrial parks, rende...
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