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Jamaica’s tourism industry is expected to pull in $4.2 billion for the fiscal year ending March 31 — some $500 million better than 2019 — the island’s Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett said.
Tourism arrivals in January were up 15% from the same month in 2019 — the country’s high-water mark.

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