Time for private sector to take up economic reform baton – Jamaica’s Wynter

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The governor of the Bank of Jamaica has called on the private sector to take the lead on economic reform, claiming fiscal and monetary authorities have played their part.

"In terms of economic reform, we are running a relay," said Brian Wynter, speaking at the Manchester Chamber of Commerce in Jamaica on September 1.

"There is more to do, but the fiscal and monetary authorities have completed their legs, and now it is time for the private sector – the star of the show and the anchor – to take

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