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Going For Growth – Ongoing Business Reforms Part 1

Feature | December 10, 2018
Since the Jamaica Promotions Agency JAMPRO engaged the Internationally Monetary Fund in its mission to get the country into the top 10 of the Doing Business Report, work has been underway with the implementing agencies on certain reforms needed to achieve the desired results.
Presenter: Anthony Morgan
Producer: Anthony Morgan
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