September 26, 2019

Cost of living went down marginally in August

According to the CPI, Belizeans spent an average of 70 cents less for goods and services for the month of August 2019, when compared to August [...]
September 26, 2019

August export revenues up by over 100 percent

The SIB's latest External Trade Bulletin (ETB) puts the total domestic exports for August 2019 amounted to $45.5 million, up substantially by 101.9 percent or almost [...]
September 24, 2019

Drought brings strange citrus fruit

According to Usher, the numbers for the crop are the same as last year, but the toll of the drought on production will not be seen [...]
September 24, 2019

FTC announces US$23 million settlement with AIBL

The FTC said it will use the money to provide redress to more than 1,000 consumers who were conned by the Sanctuary Bay Belize scheme.
September 23, 2019

AIBL continues to wind-up liquidation process

According to AIBL, its liquidation team is currently still in the process of reviewing claims submitted by depositors and creditors and will provide written notification to [...]
September 22, 2019
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PM Barrow: Economy holding strong despite “shocks”

The Prime Minister cited strong gross domestic product (GDP) of 5.2 percent in the first quarter, with a slight contraction of just under one percent in [...]
September 20, 2019

“National Gas Company is a good deal,” says Prime Minister Barrow

Under the arrangement, the private sector entities will make all the equity and debt investment, which some reports say are in the area of $50 million [...]
September 19, 2019

Food prices expected to increase as drought impacts Belize’s food security

The Government of Belize held a press conference today, at the Radisson Fort George Hotel and Marina in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Belize Banking [...]
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