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St Kitts

High Commission

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Kingston 19, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-944-3861
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Kingston 6, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-702-6000
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Trinidad & Tobago

High Commission

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Kingston 5, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-926-5730
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United Kingdom

British High Commission

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Kingston 10, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-936-0700
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Costa Rica

Embassy

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Kingston 6, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-924-2731
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Nicaragua

Embassy

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Kingston 6, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-390-0903
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South Africa

High Commission

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Kingston 6, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-620-4840
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Columbia

Embassy

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Kingston 5, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-929-1701
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China

Embassy

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Kingston 6, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-927-3871
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India

High Commission

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Kingston 6, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-927-3114
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Jampro

Trade & Invest

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Kingston 10, St Andrew, Jamaica
876 978 7755
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JAMPRO is an Agency of the Government of Jamaica’s Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation that promotes business opportunities in export and investment to the local and international private sector. 

In facilitating the implementation of investment and export projects, the organization is a key policy advocate and advisor to the Government in matters pertaining to the improvement of Jamaica’s business environment and the development of new industries.

 

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Kingston, St Andrew, Jamaica
876 758 3966-8
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The JBDC initiative is a cooperative arrangement among Government Agencies and the private sector, associations, academic and research communities. Over 2000 Businesses have benefited from JBDCs Services over the years and many have returned to profit from JBDCs expertise.

The JBDC team and board are comprised of experienced business people, an administrative team second-to-none, 30+ knowledgeable advisers and consultants and operating from a modern office/ training suite in 14 Camp Road, Kingston, Jamaica, JBDC is the place which will deliver the help you require to make your business flourish and prosper.

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St. Catherine, Jamaica
876-619-1260
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The Registrar General's Department (RGD) is the only repository in Jamaica for birth, marriage, still birth and death records. However it does not register divorces.

RGD’s historical relocation took place in July 1996. It began operations from the new location at Twickenham Park, St. Catherine on August 1, 1996 which houses its corporate office. Since then the RGD has expanded to nine regional offices, the most recent being in May Pen; Clarendon. The RGD became an Executive Agency April 1, 1999 under the Public Sector Modernization Project (PSMP). It was among the first four entities in Jamaica and the English speaking Caribbean to be accorded this status. It is the first executive agency to have been given type C status as at April 2007. This means that its operations are not funded from the consolidated fund but from its revenue intake.

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Kingston 5, St Andrew, Jamaica
876-908-4419
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The COJ registers local and overseas companies and individuals and firms carrying on business in Jamaica. It actively encourages voluntary compliance of companies and businesses with the Companies Act of 2004, the Companies (Amendment Act) 2013, the Registration of Business Names Act of 1934 and strives to maintain up-to-date records of all companies and businesses registered. Where necessary, the COJ initiates court action against delinquent clients to ensure compliance with all provisions of the law. It also removes entities which have been wound up and those which the Registrar has reason to believe are not in operation.

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Kingston, St. Andrew, Jamaica
876-922-0750
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The Bank of Jamaica, established by the Bank of Jamaica Law (1960), began operations in May 1961, terminating the Currency Board System which had been in existence from 1939. The establishment of the Central Bank was in recognition of the need for an appropriately regulated financial structure to encourage the development process, particularly as Jamaica was about to embark on the road to political independence.

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