Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Oct 17, 2022
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The main objective of this TC is twofold:. First, to increase investment leads to Jamaica in diversified business segments through supporting the hosting of strategic promotion events. The specific objectives are (i) increased awareness of investment opportunities in Jamaica (ii) development of investment packages to support the strategic positioning of specific investment ready business opportunities. The second primary objective is to increase investment promotion for Jamaica and by extension Latin American and the Caribbean in higher value-added outsourcing segments of the GSS. The specific objectives are (i) to facilitate knowledge sharing in current trends in the global outsourcing industry; and (ii) to highlight investment opportunities in higher valued global services by positioning Jamaica and the region as an outsourcing hub.
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