Haiti needs two and a half million new jobs ...enter Caracol industrial park and the Clinton brand
" Possibly the most enduring criticism of the Clinton Foundation's work in Haiti stems from its signature project, a garment factory known as the Caracol Industrial Park.
The foundation, working with the Clinton State Department, helped arrange a US-subsidised deal with the Haitian government to build the $300m factory complex in 2012.
Several hundred farmers were evicted from their land to make way for the 600-acre manufacturing site, which produces clothes for retailers such as Old Navy, Walmart and Target.
South Korean textile giant Sae-A Trading Co, which is the main employer at the facility, subsequently donated between $50,000 to $100,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
Mr Clinton declared 100,000 jobs would be created "in short order".
But the Caracol Industrial Park has created only 8,000 jobs." Some history " the early 1980s, the garment sector in Haiti was a significant source of employment. But since then, employment in the sector had dropped dramatically due to embargoes, instability, and lack of investment. " Today there are 35 k garment jobs in Haiti ..... Potential ?