Skip navigation links
Government
Residents
Business
Visitors
Employees
Resources
Careers
Broward 100
Skip navigation links
Events and Learning Opportunities
Export / Import
Foreign Trade Missions
International Trade Policies
Key Partners
Office of Economic and Small Business Development Homepage
Jamaica

Jamaica Flag Map of Jamaica

Trade Statistics
The United States is Jamaica's main trading partner. In addition, Jamaica was South Florida's 28th largest trading partner and Florida's 32nd largest trading partner in 2008. Florida's top exports to Jamaica include electric supplies, computers, motor vehicles and motor vehicle parts, bird eggs, and construction machinery. Florida's top imports from Jamaica include textiles, ethyl alcohol, fruit, beer made from malt, water and seafood. There is currently 1 Jamaican company in Broward County.

Trade Numbers (2008)

 South Florida's Total Exports to Jamaica  $US 693 million
 South Florida's Total Imports from Jamaica  $US 179 million
 Total Trade between South Florida and Jamaica  $US 872 million
 Florida's Merchandise Exports from Jamaica  $US 787.8 million
 Florida's Merchandise Imports from Jamaica  $US 209.3 million
 Total Merchandise Trade between Florida and Jamaica  $US 997 million

Source for South Florida Data: Miami Trade Numbers 2009 (Primary data: U.S. Census Bureau)
Source for Florida Data: Enterprise Florida, Marketing and Strategic Intelligence Department (Primary data: U.S. Census Bureau)

Jamaica Trade Mission June 8-9, 2004

•   Jamaica End of Mission Report 2004 (PDF)

Jamaica Trade Mission June 18-19, 2003

Mayor Wasserman-Rubin and a delegation of county representatives visited Jamaica on June 18-19, 2003. Members of the delegation included Deborah Wilkinson (Office of Economic Development), Manuel Altmira (Port Everglades), Ed Nelson (Airport) and Albert Tucker (Convention and Visitors Bureau).

The purpose of this mission was to develop a stronger relationship with the Caribbean island through the support and guidance of the United States Embassy in Jamaica and Ambassador Sue Cobb. Mayor Wasserman-Rubin and Ambassador Cobb pledged their mutual support for the Building Bridges Program, an initiative to promote trade and commerce between Jamaica and Florida.

Broward County hosted the Building Bridges Trade Fair and Exhibition on June 8-9, 2004 at the Broward County Convention Center. Meetings with Jamaica included private sessions with PSOJ, JAMPRO and AmCham.

 

Required Plug-ins: PDF icon  Adobe® Reader® 


Switch to Full Site   | Terms of use
Official Mobile Website of Broward County, Florida
The version of this site is best viewed on a mobile device.