Eight out of ten is the rating being given by Prime Minister, Dr Keith Rowley, to the trade relationship now being shared with Jamaica.
In 2014, there was a call for a boycott, by Jamaicans, of goods made in Trinidad and Tobago.
The development took place after 13 Jamaicans were refused entry by immigration officials into this country.
In a bid to ease the tension between both nations, Prime Minister Rowley visited Jamaica in a diplomatic move to improve relations.
Speaking at a news briefing on Monday, Prime Minister Rowley was questioned by a reporter on the position of trade relations between T&T and Jamaica at this time.
Dr Rowley said things have greatly improved now moving from two to eight out of ten.
Dr Rowley said bureaucracy regarding trade was eventually settled and trade relations are now better.