How much is Haiti PM Laurent Lamothe paying to make him “look good.”

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Note From Omega:
The world Bank Ranks Haiti 180 out of 189 rated for ease of doing business.  Among CARICOM countries, Haiti is dead last. PM Laurent lamothe who believes that he can “public relations” or “propaganda” his way though the mountains of evidence detailing his corruption is allegedly paying the arms and legs of Haitians to secure “positive news” about himself.?  But, as everyone knows, everything that glows is not gold.
 
How much is he paying the Media in Haiti ,and in Miami.?  Where does his buying power comes from?  
 
Yes Pm Lamothe is innovative in one major field: CORRUPTION.  Just ask these countries in Africa.
 
PM Lamothe also Owner of Global Voice Group  while being Minister of Foreign Affairs in Haiti  appears to have VIOLATED THE FOREIGN CORRUPTION ACT IN FINANCING THE CAMPAIGN OD NEW PRESIDENT OF LIBERIA.
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Haiti

Ease of Doing Business in

Haiti

This page summarizes Doing Business 2015 data for Haiti. The first section presents the Ease of Doing Business rank (out of 189 economies) and the distance to frontier (DTF)** measure, overall and by topic. The second section summarizes the key indicators for each topic benchmarked against regional averages.

ECONOMY OVERVIEW

REGION Latin America & Caribbean
INCOME CATEGORY Low income
POPULATION 10,317,461
GNI PER CAPITA (US$) 810
CITY COVERED Port au Prince
DOING BUSINESS 2015 RANK DOING BUSINESS 2014 RANK*** CHANGE IN RANK
180 181 down 1
DOING BUSINESS 2015 DTF** (% POINTS) DOING BUSINESS 2014 DTF** (% POINTS) CHANGE IN DTF** (% POINTS)
42.18 41.46 down 0.72
DB 2015 RANK 188 DB 2014 RANK*** 187 CHANGE IN RANK down-1
DB 2015 DTF** (% POINTS) 33.48 DB 2014 DTF** (% POINTS) 33.39 CHANGE IN DTF** (% POINTS) up0.09

Information on new business density and number of newly created firms with limited liability can be found at Entrepreneurship Database.

Indicator Haiti Latin America & Caribbean OECD
Procedures (number)
12.0 8.3 4.8
Time (days)
97.0 30.1 9.2
Cost (% of income per capita)
246.7 31.1 3.4
Paid-in min. capital (% of income per capita)
17.6 3.2 8.8
No. Procedure Time to Complete Associated Costs
1 Prepare the company statutes ( Articles and Memorandum of Association) 10 days included in the notary fees
2 Notarize the company deeds and articles of association 7 days HTG 15,000-HTG 25,000
3 Deposit the legally required initial capital in the National Bank and obtain deposit evidence 1 day no charge
4 Register the statutes with the Direction Générale des Impôts (DGI) 1 day HTG 250 (frais de dossier) + HTG 25 (vignette bleue)
5 Registration with the Commercial Registry at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and obtain the authorization of operations (Droit de fonctionnement) 78 days on average HTG 1,500 for registration + HTG 250 (frais de dossier) + HTG 25 (vignette bleue) + HTG 20,000 for publication in Le Moniteur (10-25 pages)
* 6 Obtain the Tax ID number (numero d’identification fiscale -NIF) from the Tax authorities (DGI), pay fees, and obtain certificate of patente 15 days (simultaneous with previous procedure) HTG 50 (tax ID card) + 2% of initial capital + 0.3% per share + HTG 102 (droit de fonctionnement) + HTG 5 (taxe carte d’identite professionelle)
* 7 Obtain the “Carte d’Identite Professionelle” from the Ministry of Commerce 17 days on average (simultaneous with previous procedure) cost included in procedure 5
* 8 Obtain special commercial books 2 days (simultaneous with previous procedure) HTG 5,000
* 9 Notification to the Labor Ministry about hiring 1 day (simultaneous with previous procedure) no charge
* 10 Legalize the commercial books 7 days (simultaneous with previous procedure) HTG 1,000
* 11 Register for social security (OFATMA) 1 day (simultaneous with previous procedure) no charge
* 12 Register for Retirement Insurance Office (ONA) 1 day (simultaneous with previous procedure) no charge

* Takes place simultaneously with another procedure.

**The distance to frontier score shows how far on average an economy is at a point in time from the best performance achieved by any economy on each Doing Business indicator since 2005 or the third year in which data for the indicator were collected. The measure is normalized to range between 0 and 100, with 100 representing the frontier. Read more…

***Last year’s rankings are adjusted. They are based on 10 topics and reflect data corrections

http://www.doingbusiness.org/data/exploreeconomies/haiti

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