Jamaica’s Pre-cautionary Stand-by Arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is drawing to a close. 
Speaking on September 20 at a media round-table, Minister of Finance and the Public Service has called this an achievement for Jamaica. 

He cited low inflation, record-level unemployment figures and an increase of one billion US dollars in the country’s Central Bank. 
In its sixth and final review completed earlier this week, the IMF says the reform program has yielded significant dividends for Jamaica. 

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