PM insists Haiti is recovering from 2010 earthquake

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Three years on from the devastating earthquake which destroyed Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince, hundreds of thousands of people still live in tents.

Their situation has been made worse by mass unemployment and a recent cholera epidemic.

But Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe has a different story to tell. He is promoting Haiti as an investment opportunity.

Nik Gowing put it to him that despite billions in aid, nothing much had changed since the earthquake of January 2010.

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