James, with all due respect, you call yourself a businessman...

Tiba - January 14 2011, 5:54 AM

James,

with all due respect, you call yourself a businessman but you don't seem to know how to follow the protocal in soliciting government contracts.

You don't address a government via an internet blog site to solicite contract.

Also, I don't understand why you're looking to do business with Preval's government when he (Preval) is now powerless to sing any contracts with foreign investors.

Don't you know Preval is leaving office on February 7th, 2011, meaning next month?

Haiti is not like any other countries especially when there is a ...like Preval in office.

Can't you wait for the next government to swear in?

Why the rush?

And at that time you need to follow the protocol, which is to go to the Haitian embassy in Honk Kong to present your product/service/investment to the ambassador who would take notice and determine if what you have to offer will be useful and beneficial to Haiti and then arrange a meeting with you and the minister of commerce in Haiti.

You don't come on a blog trying to address to Preval who doesn't read the blog and could care less about what your investment venture.

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