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Printed Publications
Jamaica Bussines
Telephone Directory
Island of Jamaica

Jamaica Bussines
Telephone Directory
Kingston & St. Andrew


Jamaica Residential
Telephone Directory

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Print Distribution – 500,000 copies per annum.

Usage: 87% of Jamaica adults use the directory every year
76% of references result in a contact to a business found in the Yellow Pages

Online Services

Online Directory at jamaicayp.com

Annual Visitors: 3.3 million
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About Jamaica

Population: Estimated at 2.7 million

Size of island: 4,240 square miles, it’s the third largest island of the Greater Antilles

Language: English

Currency: Jamaican Dollar

Government: Independent from the UK since August 1962, Parliamentary Democracy and a Commonwealth realm

Overview: With a population of some 2.6 million, the island - named Xamayca (land of wood and water) by original inhabitants, the Tainos - can be described as ‘a land of misty mountains, lush green valleys, and cool, winding rivers and coasts fringed with soft white sands and dazzling azure waters’.

Once a Spanish colony, Jamaica came under the British rule in 1655 until 1962 when the county became an independent nation. Though the majority of the population is of African heritage, there are people from European, Arabic, Chinese and East Indian ancestry as well.

There are fourteen parishes, with two cities - Kingston, and Montego Bay. There are two international airports, Norman Manley in Kingston and Sangster International in Montego Bay. Major resort areas include Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, the South Coast, Negril, and Port Antonio.

Main Industry: Tourism, bauxite/alumina, financial services