JAMAICA’S global logistics ranking at 70 out of 160 nations improved faster than most of the world allowing it to fall below triple-digits for the first time.
It comes as the Government aims to attract investors to construct a multi-billion-dollar logistics hub.
Germany led the world whilst the Caribbean countries of Bahamas at 66 and Dominica Republic at 69 surpassed Jamaica in the 2014 study entitled ‘Connecting to Compete 2014- Trade Logistics in the Global Economy’ published yesterday by the World Bank.
Published in the Jamaica Observer
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