The International Monetary Fund concluded the 13th review of its agreement with Jamaica. According to the agreement, Jamaica will be sorted a stimulus package valued at more than 932 million USD. This deal will span four years according to the Extended Fund Facility, through which it will be dispersed. However, 39 million USD will be distributed immediately and scheduled disbursement will follow, providing that Jamaica meets a series of economic requirement over the coming years. An evaluation of Jamaica’s economy has shown an increase in jobs, tourism, and manufacture; criteria that the IMF calls confidence indicators. The agreement also suggests priorities for spending the funds that may support public services and further economic growth.