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Opposition cautions MoBay chamber over boycott threat

Published:Thursday | September 3, 2015 | 9:55 PM
Karl Samuda says the chamber of commerce must pursue all efforts aimed at integration before considering any boycott.

The parliamentary Opposition says while it understands the concerns of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce over Chinese contribution to community development, a boycott is premature and too radical.

Spokesperson on Industry and Commerce, Karl Samuda, says the Chinese cannot expect to benefit from their commercial ventures without contributing. 

However, Samuda says the chamber of commerce must pursue all efforts aimed at integration before considering any boycott.

 

Opposition Spokesman on Industry and Commerce