Jamaica must sustain reform, central bank governor says

The Bank of Jamaica

Jamaica has achieved significant economic progress over the last three years but needs to sustain reform efforts for much longer, the governor of the Bank of Jamaica told an International Monetary Fund (IMF) seminar in Peru today (October 7). Reform efforts since 2012 had led to "significant gains", Brian Wynter said, adding they needed to be sustained for "five times longer".

Economic growth had "passed Jamaica by" for an extended period, Wynter said, before the country suffered a "massive hit"

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