JAMPRO appoints investment adviser to promote Jamaica in India

Thursday, October 18, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Jamaica Promotions Corporation (JAMPRO) says it has appointed an honorary investment advisor who will increase business between Jamaica and India, and will promote Jamaica's export and investment opportunities.

JAMPRO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAFT) officially signed the partnership with

Dr Murthy Devarabhotla, Managing Director of Tudor Management Consultants, at JAMPRO's Head Office on Friday, October 12.

Dr Devarabhotla will be working on behalf of the Government of Jamaica to foster business partnerships between Jamaica and India, while driving Jamaica's growth in investment and export, JAMPRO said in a release today.

The recruitment is part of JAMPRO and the ministry's strategy to expand Jamaica's reach in international markets, and increase awareness of business opportunities in Jamaica.

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