A business component roadmap to Jamaica’s logistics centered economy

How is the Hub being implemented? What are the timelines? What is the economic value proposition? How is Jamaica positioned relative to other major hubs? What’s the difference between a transshipment hub and a logistics hub? What is the role of emerging markets such as China? What type of industries will be attracted to the hub? What strategy will be used to attract the leading global companies in the field of logistics? How will the hub be financed? What are the opportunities for local businesses? Answers to these and other questions will lead to a better understanding of the transformational nature of the initiative.

The document below is a bit dated however it still provides a comprehensive overview of Jamaica’s global logistics hub thrust.

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About Ainsley Brown

Ainsley Brown is currently working as the Director of Trade, Regulatory, Analysis & Policy for the Jamaica Special Economic Zone Authority (JSEZA) and is called to the Bar of Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada. His primary role is to provide technical advice on regulatory matters and trade matters to the CEO and team at JSEZA. He holds a LLM in International Commercial Law (with Merit) from the University of Westminster, having earned a diploma in law from London Metropolitan University and a BA (Hons) in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario. Ainsley is the Administrator of Commercial Law International and has an avid interest in logistics, global value chains; economic development; trade; commercial awareness; green energy; rugby; etc.
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