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MONTEGO BAY, St. James, Jamaica, April 10, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett has outlined to the new boards of directors of key agencies in the ministry
KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 4, 2016: Minister of Tourism Hon.
MONTEGO BAY, St James, Jamaica, March 24, 2016: In the aftermath of the third Tourism Linkages Speed Networking Event participants from various sectors including entertainment and
MONTEGO BAY, St. James, Jamaica, March 21, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Hon.
MONTEGO BAY, St. James, Jamaica, March 17, 2016: The Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) and the EXIM Bank are to set the stage for the establishment of a tourism bank.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, March 17, 2016: Minister of Tourism, Honourable Edmund Bartlett, yesterday noted that Public Private Partnerships (PPP) will form a key part of Jamaic
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, March 14, 2016: Minister of Tourism Hon Edmund Bartlett has challenged the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo) and leaders of key subsectors of the in
KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 09, 2016: In a bid to further strengthen relations between Jamaica and the United States in the area of tourism Minister of Tourism Hon.
KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 8, 2016: On the heels of yesterday’s official swearing in of members of the new cabinet, the newly appointed Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett, hit
Kingston, Jamaica: March 8, 2016 – Hon.
Kingston, Jamaica: February 15, 2016 – Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Hon. Dr.
TREASURE BEACH, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, February 15, 2016: The area of Treasure Beach, St.
NEGRIL, Jamaica: February 7, 2016: A social intervention pilot project for the parish of Westmoreland is to be rolled out over the next few weeks to help reduce criminal activity.
Kingston, Jamaica: February 3, 2016: A newly released Tourism Demand Study, commissioned by the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, has revealed that opportunities created by to
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica; February 3, 2016: Jamaican workers have been credited in large part for the success of the local tourism sector, which saw some 3.69 million visitors in 2015.
Portland, Jamaica: January 17, 2016 – The famous Boston Beach in Portland has been refurbished at a cost of $27.7 million and was officially reopened by Minister of Tourism and Ent
Kingston, Jamaica: January 15, 2016 – As part of efforts to boost heritage tourism the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) allocated $180 million in funding for Jamaica’s heritage sites
Kingston Jamaica; January 14, 2016
TEF Provides $28 Million for Renovation
Kingston, Jamaica: December 23, 2015 – Eight days into the start of the 2015/16 Winter Tourist Season, the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay was buzz
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