AFTER years of tout, the proposed logistics hub has started to make some Jamaican consumers feel more optimistic about job prospects.
One in five of those who expected better job prospects mentioned the e-zone and the logistics hub, according to the latest Jamaica Chamber of Commerce (JCC) Conference Board survey of confidence.
What’s more, new government policies aimed at satisfying the latest International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreement boosted business confidence, “although those same policies were frequently cited as the main cause for continuing concerns about the strength of the domestic economy”, said the report.
Published in the Jamaica Observer
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