Haiti's prime minister says his deeply poor country is aiming to attract high-end tourists and multinational investors — instead of constant handouts — to get on its feet after the devastating 2010 earthquake.

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  • AP Interview: Haiti eyes tourism, other businesses
    DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) -- Haiti's prime minister says his country is hoping to attract high-end tourists and multinational investors — instead of constant aid handouts — so it can get on its feet ...
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