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January 27, 2022

Agriculture Minister Jose Abelardo Mai heads Belize delegation to LATAM Summit 2022 in Cancun

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Minister of Agriculture, Food Security, and Enterprise Jose Abelardo Mai is heading Belize’s delegation at the LATAM Summit 2022 being held [...]
January 27, 2022

Port standoff continues; will compromise be reached?

At its briefing this week, new Minister of Public Utilities, Energy & Logistics Michel Chebat provided an update on the current industrial action by the stevedores [...]
January 27, 2022

Belize Water Services announces the closing of its San Ignacio-Santa Elena Branch Office today, Thursday

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Belize Water Services Limited (BWS) advises customers that its San Ignacio-Santa Elena Branch Office will be closed on Thursday to carry out [...]
January 26, 2022
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Opposition advocates for lowering of gas tax

In a statement the party called for the lowering of Government-imposed taxes on gasoline by two dollars, reminding the ruling People’s United Party (PUP) of its [...]
January 26, 2022

Point and Counter Point: Belizean Global Entrepreneurs – Chucky Godoy’s ME

By Dorian A. Barrow, Ph.D., Florida State University: Ian McMillian, Ph.D., is an adjunct Associate Professor at Galen University (Belize) in the Faculty of Business and [...]
January 26, 2022

Belize records inflation rate of 3.2 percent for year, nearly 5 percent in December

The Institute says prices rose steadily through the year, peaking at 5.7 percent in November. Particular culprits included food, fuel, and LPG (butane), with Fuels and [...]
January 26, 2022

Agriculture Ministry meets with potato producers, seed importers to discuss way forward following low potato production

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security, and Enterprise on Wednesday met with potato producers and seed importers at the Agriculture Trade Showgrounds [...]
January 26, 2022

Exports see 19 percent increase over 2020; imports over $2 billion

Inversely, Belize imported $2.1 billion in goods, recovering by nearly 35 percent from the pandemic-induced low of $1.6 billion in 2020.
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