| May 2, 2023

Holness declares Jamaica’s economic growth has surpassed pre-pandemic levels

Al Edwards

Al Edwards / Our Today

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Prime Minister Andrew Holness and Investment Minister Aubyn Hill viewing a participating exhibitor during his tour of the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA) Expo 2023 at the National Indoor Centre on April 29, 2023. (Photo: Facebook @theJMEA)

Since its onset three years ago, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a debilitating impact on economies the world over.

Fast-forward to today, Jamaica has manged to see a rebound with its tourism sector showing progress and a notable uptick in other sectors of the economy.

Speaking at the JMEA Expo 2023 held at the National Arena and the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston, Prime Minister Andrew Holness declared Jamaica is now the most stable economy in the English-speaking Caribbean and the country to invest in.



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