In this July 3, 2013 photo, tourists Kevin Bagley, left, and Meg 

In this July 3, 2013 photo, tourists Kevin Bagley, left, and Meg Quinn, sit in the Karibe Hotel courtyard during their six day visit, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Haitian government is trying to revive the country’s long stagnant tourism industry with plans that include making use of a little-known “investment code” that gives 15-year tax breaks to the owners of new hotels, many of whom are from the country’s powerful and wealthy families. This law also allows hotel owners to ship supplies through customs without paying taxes. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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In this July 3, 2013 photo, tourists Kevin Bagley, left, and Meg Quinn, sit in the Karibe Hotel courtyard during their six day visit, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Haitian government is trying to revive the country’s long stagnant tourism industry with plans that include making use of a little-known “investment code” that gives 15-year tax breaks to the owners of new hotels, many of whom are from the country’s powerful and wealthy families. This law also allows hotel owners to ship supplies through customs without paying taxes. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
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