In this July 15, 2013 photo, a moto-taxi driver transports a Haitian woman and the products she purchased at a market in the border town Dajabon, Dominican Republic. Haiti’s government

 

              In this July 15, 2013 photo, a moto-taxi driver transports a Haitian woman and the products she purchased at a market in the border town Dajabon, Dominican Republic. Haiti’s government
In this July 15, 2013 photo, a moto-taxi driver transports a Haitian woman and the products she purchased at a market in the border town Dajabon, Dominican Republic. Haiti’s government wants to cut the number of days that Dominican tax-free border markets operate from two a week to one so that it can better handle the flow of commerce. The northern Dominican town of Dajabon is home to the biggest border market, attracting some 30,000 visitors on market days, and its merchants worry that their families will suffer if the number of those days is reduced. (AP Photo/Ezequiel Abiu Lopez)