Arne Sorenson

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We’ll never forget our first impression of post-earthquake Haiti, when piles of rubble buried entire stretches of Port-au-Prince. Pulverized homes and impassable streets became chilling symbols of a nation’s physical and economic collapse.

Three years later, most of that debris has been removed from the capital’s roads, and with it have gone many of the social and structural obstacles to Haiti’s emerging markets. For foreign investors with integrity and foresight, the indomitable Caribbean country is open for business. This includes a new Marriott hotel that broke ground within the past few weeks.

Following the earthquake, tourism was the last thing on our minds.…  Seguir leyendo »