Unemployment in Jamaica
Jamaica - UnemploymentJamaica’s Planning Institute expects the economy to have grown at a broadly stable pace in the fourth quarter compared to the third quarter. This would have rounded off a relatively strong 2018. Non-resident stopover tourism growth was robust in 2018, although this masked a weak second half of the year for the tourism sector. Moreover, local monthly data suggests merchandise export growth was stellar over 2018; however, a higher oil import bill likely weighed on net exports. Meanwhile, in February, the government budget proposed to raise expenditures only slightly for fiscal year 2019–2020, with a large sum of total spending dedicated to debt repayments.
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