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This profile was last updated on 2/14/05  and contains information from public web pages.

Mr. Olivier Nadal

Wrong Olivier Nadal?

Employment History

  • President
  • President
    Haitian Chamber of Commerce
  • President
    Haiti Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • Head
    Haitian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
16 Total References
Web References
Haiti Politics 3 30 00 Al Gore and Hillary Clinton visits, 14 Feb 2005 [cached]
Now, the Clinton Administration has let it be known that Olivier Nadal, President of Haiti's Chamber of Commerce, would make a good presidential possibility.The Aristide/Preval threat was immediate!!1 Kill Nadal!!!
Last week Olivier Nadal was driven into the Dominican Republic by Les Alexander, our acting ambassador in Haiti.
March through December 2000 news briefing & analysis this month, 1 Dec 2000 [cached]
No more, according to former Haitian chamber of commerce president Olivier Nadal."Now, he is a drug baron, he is a narco-crime lord, " writes Mr, Nadal in this week New York-based Haiti-Observateur newspaper."On the most the reliable estimmates, Aristide sits on miilions of narco-dollars, Aristide stands on millions of narco-dollars when unable to disguise the cash from crime as legitimate investments, when there is no need to use the cash to foster political instability," adds Mr. Nadal.
"America should indict Aristide for his control of the cocaine traffic targetting America's youth," further writes Mr. Nadal.
Haiti Democracy Project, 23 May 2002 [cached]
A previous business initiative had been the organization of a "Demonstration Against Violence" by shipping mogul Olivier Nadal, head of the Haitian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, on May 28, 1999. Between three and five thousand people came, despite roadblocks on the approaching streets. It was the first time the business elite came out onto the street to press for resolution of the political crisis. Some forty organizations participated in the event. Before the demonstration, Nadal crossed social lines by visiting the street vendors in the Bel-Air shantytown in northern Port-au-Prince whose wares had been burned during violent demonstrations in the previous month. He took away a list of 266 alleged victims whose property was damaged.
At the rally, police watched as pro-Aristide counter-demonstrators, bussed in from the Aristide Foundation, and coordinated by the government, violently broke up the rally. Nadal received death threats and was threatened with arrest on trumped-up charges. He fled to exile in Florida.
These examples show that the Haitian business sector has taken significant initiatives toward addressing the political situation. But each time, it was threatened with violence and that has tended to keep the majority of businessmen on the sidelines. Although some parties of the Democratic Convergence have received financial support from the business sector, the support has not been enough to allow these parties to overcome their severe disabilities.
With most of the businesspeople holding U.S. passports, this sector finds it safer to move to the United States than stay and build on the political involvement by Nadal, CLED, and the eighteen associations noted above.
The Lutheran | July 1999 | Hope for Haiti, 1 July 1999 [cached]
"Politicians don't care about the country," Olivier Nadal, president of Haiti's Chamber of Commerce and Industry, told The Miami Herald.
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