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Jamaica’s Business Process Outsourcing Pumping US$323 Million Into Local Economy Annually

Pumping more than US$323 million into the local economy annually, business process outsourcing (BPO) has been booming in Jamaica for more than 10 years. Being one of Jamaica’s largest burgeoning industries, with an excess of 50 companies, employing more than 25,000 people islandwide, the BPO sector continues to improve its profit share. Just recently, Jamaica […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF

Jamaican Government Programmes US$950M CapEx For BPO And Tourism Projects Through JAMPRO

The Jamaican Government has programmed capital expenditure of approximately US$950 million on business process outsourcing (BPO) and tourism projects, through Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO), for the 2018/19 fiscal year. This was disclosed by Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Minister Audley Shaw, while delivering the opening 2018/19 Sectoral Debate presentation in the House of Representatives on […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF

There Needs to Be More Jamaican Producers Getting Better at Tapping into External Markets, For Economic Growth to Be Sustained – Wehby

Chairman of Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO), Senator Don Wehby, says there needs to be more exports and Jamaican producers getting better at tapping into external markets, for economic growth to be sustained. Wehby, who is also Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the GraceKennedy Group, adds that JAMPRO is in two years of an export strategy […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF

National Export Strategy To Achieve US$2.5 bn In Exports By 2020.

Don Wehby Group Chief Executive Officer of GraceKennedy and Chairman of JAMPRO is of the view that efforts to improve our global business relations and increase our exports is a national priority. One he says that has been articulated by the Economic Growth Council, and which is central to Vision 2030’s goal for making Jamaica’s […]

Trinidad And Tobago Slowly Recovering From Prolonged Recession Driven By Energy Supply Shocks And Low Energy Prices – IMF