Jamaica: Exporter Guide

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In 2016, exports of consumer-oriented products to Jamaica reached a record level of $173.7 million. This represents 35.6 percent of total consumer-oriented products imported by Jamaica from all sources, which totaled $488 million. Although increased competition is expected in the near future due to Jamaica’s implementation of free trade agreements with other countries, the U.S. products with good sales potential include: processed vegetables, fish products, fruit and vegetable juices, breakfast cereals, snack products, meats and wines.

Jamaica: Exporter Guide

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