- Extending Textiles Trade Preferences Will Help Both Haiti, U.S.
Adopting policies to boost the private sector in Haiti could also help the country improve its score in the annual Heritage Foundation Index of Economic Freedom.
Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Its economic health and political stability have long been of concern to successive U.S. administrations.
Taking the relatively inexpensive step of continuing U.S. aid to Haiti’s textile sector will have benefits for both countries.