Port infrastructure could hamper Jamaican limestone export growth

By Wayne Yamada
Published: Thursday, 04 December 2014

A leading Jamaican policy commentator has outlined the Caribbean island’s scope to grow its high purity limestone exports, but warned that poor existing infrastructure could hold the sector back.

Jamaica’s lack of port infrastructure could scupper the country’s potential to become a major limestone exporter, a leading Jamaican policy analyst has warned.

Chris Tufton, co-executive director of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute think tank, said that limestone could become a...

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