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Jamaica: Country Profile

Area: 10,991 sq km
Population: 2.8 million (2010 est)
Capital City: Kingston (pop 652,000)
People: African 90.9%, East Indian 1.3%, Chinese 0.2%, White 0.2%, Mixed 7.3%, Other 0.1%
Languages: English, Patois
Education: Mandatory and free up to age 16
Religions: Christian including Anglican, Baptist and other Protestant; Roman Catholic; Rastafarian; Jewish; Seventh Day Adventists
Currency: Jamaican dollar (JMD) 140 JMD to the UK pound (January 2010)

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Two men shot outside insurance firm - Jamaica Observer
Jamaica Observer Two men shot outside insurance firm Jamaica Observer Police process the scene at Allied Insurance Brokers on Belmont Road in Kingston yesterday after two men were shot and injured by a gunman shortly after they drove onto the premises about 10:50 am. Both men, the police sai...
Insurance in death, royalties, community in life - Jamaica Gleaner
Insurance in death, royalties, community in life Jamaica Gleaner As the Jamaica Association of Vintage Artistes and Affiliates (JAVAA) turns the corner into its 15th year, chairman Frankie Campbell identifies the death insurance benefit - $500,000 for persons under 65 years old and $250,00...
Two men shot at insurance broker on Belmont Road - Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner Two men shot at insurance broker on Belmont Road Jamaica Gleaner Latest Blogs. Should consumers share their bad experiences on social media · Setting Financial Goals for the New Year · Jamaica's Ability to Respond to Natural Disasters Is Almost Non Existent ...
Two injured in gun attack at financial institution in New Kingston - Loop Jamaic...
Loop Jamaica Two injured in gun attack at financial institution in New Kingston Loop Jamaica Two injured in gun attack at financial institution in New Kingston. Loop News Created : 19 January 2018 Jamaica News. Police investigators around a motorcar in which two men were attacked and shot on t...
Portmore to get new NCB banking and financial services centre - Jamaica Gleaner
Portmore to get new NCB banking and financial services centre Jamaica Gleaner The NCB Financial Group is set to open a new multifaceted banking and financial services centre on familiar ground at 13-14 West Trade Way, Portmore, St Catherine, on January 22. Conveniently situated in the heart of t...
Life Insurance Policies and Premiums in Jamaica to 2018: Market Databook ? Busin...
The Columnist Life Insurance Policies and Premiums in Jamaica to 2018: Market Databook ? Business and Finance, Insurance , Life ... The Columnist "Life Insurance Policies and Premiums in Jamaica to 2018: Market Databook" provides detailed insight into the operating environment...
Police used-car drama worsens - Millions added to cost; vehicles still not deliv...
Jamaica Gleaner Police used-car drama worsens - Millions added to cost; vehicles still not delivered Jamaica Gleaner At the same time, there is a dispute over the actual sum to be paid to the national security ministry by O' Brien's. The ministry is insisting that the company repay the $...
Mexico and Jamaica sign tourism MOU - ITIJ
ITIJ Mexico and Jamaica sign tourism MOU ITIJ Mexico and Jamaica signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on 16 January that aims to make travel between the destinations easier and more frequent thanks to a multi-destination marketing arrangement. The deal was signed by Jamaica's Min...
No home insurance changes before August, says NHT - Jamaica Gleaner
Jamaica Gleaner No home insurance changes before August, says NHT Jamaica Gleaner The National Housing Trust (NHT) says that while it is unable to say what increases may result from the current move by reinsurers to raise rates, current property insurance rates will hold until August 2018. T...
 
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