KINGSTON, Jamaica, Observer – BRITISH High Commissioner to Jamaica David Fitton has indicated that there is some level of interest from companies in Britain that want to set up shop in Jamaica, but says this will depend on a number of factors, including concerns about security. Speaking with the Jamaica Observer in an interview on Monday, Fitton — who took office in June — said that discussions have begun with the firms. However, he did not disclose their names. “There are one and two and for obvious reasons I don't want to go into details, but before I left London I did some briefing rounds on political issues, security issues and I also met with a number of companies,” he said.
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