Definitions for "Haiti"
a country on the island of Hispaniola.
an island in the West Indies.
Caribbean nation occupying the western half of the island of the same name. It covers an area of 27,750 km2, and has a population of 7.5 million.
Keywords:  hchr, unog, frydman, norberto, nfrydman
Mr Norberto Frydman (nf[email protected]; Tel: +41 22 917 9248 Fax: +41 22 917 9005).
The high risk profile of a country's economic and political environment will further worsen a generally very bad payment record.
Fixed-line teledensity in Haiti is the lowest in Latin America, and mobile penetration is the second lowest after Cuba. Political unrest has severely affected investments in a country where most people have no electricity, telephones, or running water. Fixed-line services are provided by state-owned monopoly operator Teleco, which is inefficient and poorly managed. Mobile telephony, instead, is open to competition. Digicel has become the fourth mobile operator, entering the market in 2006. Although only affordable by the wealthy, mobile phones overtook fixed lines in service in 2002. There are now more than twice as many mobile customers as there are fixed-line subscribers, even though mobile penetration is only around 4%. Internet access is also open to competition. WLL and VoIP are being used to supplement the shortage of fixed lines.
Red snapper seasoned with shallots, rice with black mushrooms, and with a French accent: tournedos bordelaise
Keywords:  htg, gourde
Keywords:  barbancourt, star, white
Barbancourt 15 Yr Barbancourt 8 Yr Barbancourt 3 Star Barbancourt White
Keywords:  voodoo, center, another
Another center for Voodoo.
Keywords:  bleu, coffees, rich, medium, virtually
The best Haiti coffees are low acid, medium-bodied, soft and rich. Virtually all Haiti coffees entering the United States are produced by a large group of cooperatives and marketed under the name Haitian Bleu.
Keywords:  glossary, accounting
Haiti accounting glossary