Thanks Kamoken, I take very seriously this blog. Can't answer...
Thanks Kamoken, I take very seriously this blog. Can't answer to all, but answer to the most relevant ones.
Oh, yes, we can. We have to very selectively position ourselves to where the opportunities are. Coffee is now a door opener for us. I hope we grab it in a way to secure our position in the future.
We have to diversify our export clientele in a way to secure in more ways than one our coffee exports.
Yes, I fondly remember growing up in Haiti to witness the production of rice, banana, and corn.
Hummm, cacao, hein, can we produce it for exportation only?
It would be a very lucrative avenue to acquire quick cash. We would have to be cautious about it...
I think we can produce our own food without confrontation as long as it is limited to our own use, nobody will find a problem with it, especially if there is a shortage on their end...
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