January 4, 2022

‘Let’s join hands… do the necessary work to revive the citrus industry’: Minister of Agriculture, Jose Abelardo Mai to 45th Citrus Growers Association AGM

At the AGM held at the CGA headquarters in the Stann Creek Valley, Minister Mai said he wasn’t going to “preach a picture of gloom and [...]
January 4, 2022

Imports were up over 30 percent toward the end of 2021

The SIB's latest data shows that merchandise imports for the first eleven months of 2021 amounted to $1.9 billion, representing a 32.4 percent or $463.3 million [...]
January 4, 2022

Statistical Institute of Belize: Export revenues for 11 months of 2021 were up more than 15 percent

According to the SIB's External Trade Bulletin, merchandise exports for the period January to November 2021 totaled $400.8 million, up 15.8 percent or $54.8 million from [...]
January 4, 2022

Cost of living was up late last year, says the Statistical Institute of Belize

The SIB's consumer price index showed the All Items category was up 3.1 percent, which means that Belizeans, on average, paid around $3.10 cents more for [...]
January 3, 2022

Government of Belize warns against alleged West African trade conference taking place in Belize, says it’s fake

“The public is advised to disregard the attached advertisement for a West African trade conference in Belize,” said a press release by the Government of Belize [...]
January 3, 2022

International Financial Services Commission changes name to Financial Services Commission

The FSC said it is committed to developing Belize’s financial services sector so that firms “can conduct and promote good business”.
January 3, 2022

BSI begins receiving cane at Tower Hill

Shortly thereafter, according to a BSI official, the first truck to deliver cane included a medium to large-size stone among the cane stalks.
January 2, 2022

Sugar crop to restart on time after internal equipment issue addressed

We were shown a notice that stated a key piece of equipment in the mill had suffered a failure.
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