Jamaica may be close to inking a post-Brexit deal with the United Kingdom for preferential tariffs.

That’s according to Foreign Affairs Minister, Kamina Johnson Smith.

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She also says the government will be rationalising its overseas missions to get the best return on its investment.

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However, when questioned about the value proposition of continuing its European mission, Mrs. Johnson Smith argued that the government still feels Europe is a viable market for Jamaica.

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Kamina Johnson Smith was speaking during Tuesday’s sitting of Parliament’s Standing Finance Committee.