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What the I.M.F is not Telling Jamaica

The International Monetary Fund has just described Jamaica's economy as ''fragile'' and that it faces a ''strong risk''of a downturn,resulting in high unemployment figures.

What the I.M.F is not telling Portia Simpson Miller and her cabinet is that Jamaica possesses the potential of revolutionizing her economy through agriculture and the agro industry.Thousands of jobs will be created and food prices will come tumbling down.Also, valuable foreign exchange will be saved for other uses as the food import bill decreases.