According to The Observer, income from defrauding persons overseas only follows remittances and tourism earnings, if estimates of US$300 million a year are true.
The fraudulent activity was listed among the highest threats to Jamaica in the national security policy published by the Cabinet for public comment last Friday.

But the cost of crime and corruption, which includes higher cost of doing business, capital flight and loss of foreign investment, could have wiped out as much as 90 per cent of what the economy could have been today.

What does this mean for Jamaica?

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