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Kingston Harbour Set To Benefit From EU Investments | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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Kingston Harbour set to benefit from EU investments

Felix Fernandez-Shaw, Director in charge of Latin America and the Caribbean Relations at the European Union's Directorate General for International Partnerships
 
The European Union says the Kingston Harbour is earmarked for investments from the bloc.
 
Felix Fernandez-Shaw, Director in charge of Latin America and the Caribbean Relations, says it is looking to help Jamaica attract investment from the grouping, as the country looks to meet its logistics hub development target.
 
"To invest in the harbour to make it a logistical hub, which is what Jamaica is asking for... you need people who risk their money and invest. At the same time we're going to ask everyone to make...the Kingston Harbour a model in the Caribbean, also of efficiency, of greening."
 
Mr. Fernandez-Shaw added that as climate smart assistance is also high on the agenda, training will be necessary to ensure sustainability.
 
"It's not about bringing a whole set of Europeans here to work on renewables; it's also about training Jamaicans to work on renewable energy, on the production, on the generation, on the whole let's say industrial issue that is behind that. And that is why we need local partners. That's why we need to have a trained workforce in renewable energies, in digitalisation," he said, calling these jobs of the future. 


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