Business, Companies & Organizations

DOE and BCCI Resolve Miscommunication

In related news, the DOE has responded to a press release issued by the Belize
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Oceana Belize responds to PM on seismic testing issue

Oceana Belize raised the alarm in November on a report that the Government of Belize
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PeaceWork Belize is empowering female entrepreneurs

PeaceWork Belize has made the call for a training opportunity for 50 female entrepreneurs. It’s
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PeaceWork’s Media Smart campaign ends

Teachers in four schools were part of the project dubbed “Media Smart”. Those educators spent
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Apples for Kids Fundraiser Was a Success

The Belize Camping Experience’s annual Apples for Kids fundraiser was a major success. Over a
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Representatives from the City of Houston, TX in Belize on

 Businesspeople from the U.S. city of Houston, Texas are in Belize for the next five
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Are you ready to jump? Meet some entrepreneurs who have

Starting a business is not a decision people have taken willy-nilly. Many have taken the
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Belizean businesses awarded for their role in the 2022 Taiwan

Almost a dozen Belizean entrepreneurs were awarded this afternoon for their accomplishments at the 2022
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Belize City Family Receives New House

Tonight, a family of six will be spending their first night in a safe and
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MBECA holds a Blue Economy Fair

Today, the Ministry of Blue Economy held a Blue Economy Fair in Belize City to
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Taiwan teams up with GOB, the Love Foundation and Rotary

The Taiwan ICDF, the Rotary Club of Belize and the Love Foundation signed a memorandum
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Belize’s Companies Registry is now online

Registering your business is now easier and paperless thanks to the introduction of the Online
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Belizean wines and coffees showcased in Taiwan

Belizean beverages were on full display at the recently held Taiwan International Tea, Coffee, Wine
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Scores of entrepreneurs, business folks and government reps engage in

The 2022 instalment of Belize EntreCon got underway this morning at the Belize City Civic
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Meet some of the entrepreneurs promoting health and wellness at

This year’s Belize EntreCon featured an expo on the Belize City Centre’s grounds. Everyone from
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Get Ready to Spend this Christmas Season as Prices Increase

The public can expect the price of goods and services to see an uptick this
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Uptick in Global Inflationary Numbers Reflects in Belize’s Market

Inflation has been on an upward trajectory for the better part of this year, and
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BCCI says MSME Hold Their Own Amidst Raise in Prices

Another negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic was the surge in unemployment due to businesses
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Ministry of Economic Development and Belize Bureau of Standards ink

The Ministry of Economic Development, through the RRB Project, has also signed an MOU with
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Waterloo Back for Second Round of Port Expansion Project Consultations

Friday night saw the second public consultation that was held by Waterloo Investment Holdings Limited
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Waterloo Consultants Say Arrival of Larger Vessels Means Less Pollution

Waterloo’s port expansion project heavily promotes the introduction of a new cruise ship terminal in
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PBL CEO Talks About the Importance of Public Consultation

Taking both meetings into account, this sums up to over nine solid hours of recorded
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Peak Season Causes Delays at Port of Belize

Delays at the Port of Belize Limited are not unusual for this time of the
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Trestle Repairs at PBL are Complete

During our interview with the CEO of the Port of Belize Limited, Andy Lane, he
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Belizean Living in the US Proposes Waste Recycling Project

A Belizean business owner living in the United States is hoping to become a catalyst
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The cost of goods are soaring

Common, everyday things are getting more expensive. From food to fuel and everything in between
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Truck Drivers Complain of Delays at PBL

Love News has received several calls from truck drivers who complained of a delay at
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BSCFA Says They Are Losing from the BSI’s Shift to

Three million dollars – that is how much the Belize Sugar Industries Limited (BSI) says
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AyinHa Farms donates to the CITCO clean-up crew

Today, AyinHa Farms and Brain Freeze Margaritas Bar provided lunch to eighty persons who were
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Over 600 families assisted by the Belize Red Cross

Over six hundred families affected by Hurricane Lisa have received assistance from the Belize Red
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BWS – PUBLIC NOTICE – Boil Water Advisory

BWS hereby notifies customer that due to the effects of Hurricane Lisa, noraml water supplies
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Message from Holy Redeemer Credit Union

To: All member-owners of HRCU From: Management and Staff The “all clear was given around
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BWS notifies Water Interruptions During Storm

BWS notifies customers that due to the effects of Hurricane Lisa, there will be water
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NOTICE from Benque Viejo Town Council

The Benque Mayor and the Emergency Commitee is asking ALL business establishments/ Supermarkets, Restaurant &
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GOB Launches Maritime Economy Plan

The Government of Belize Launched the Maritime Economy Plan today. This plan defines policies and
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Belize Bureau of Standards Advises Consumers

In light of Tropical Storm Lisa, the Belize Bureau of Standards takes this opportunity to
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PM Provides Update on Sugar Impasse

The sugar industry is at a familiar but critical crossroad. The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers’
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PM Briceno Comments on Mine Beers Case

And during our interview with the Prime Minister, we also asked him about Caribbean International
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Chamber and Trade Unions appear happy on the progress of

The Occupational Safety and Health Bill has been ventilated since 2014 and the proposed law
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Former DPM Hugo Patt says he’s not optimistic that the

While Minister of Agriculture Jose Mai is optimistic that there have been positive steps towards
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Mine Beer case continued in Orange Walk

The Financial Intelligence Unit gets to hold on to $3.1 million, which it confiscated from
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Cacao Farmers in Toledo export tons of Cacao beans to

The Maya Mountain Cacao Limited exported almost 100,000 pounds of organic cacao beans to the
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BSCFA has called for equity and reason to protect sugar

The sugar industry remains at a critical crossroad. The future depends on the success of
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BSCFA Chairman weighs in on Florencio Marin Sr.

The Belize Sugar Cane Farmers’ Association continues to press ahead with their lobby for a
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BSFCA says that a late start to the sugar crop

When does the new crop season officially start? A date has not yet been finalised
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Caribbean International Brewery Company Loses Distributors

The attorney for Caribbean International Brewery Company, Senior Counsel Dean Barrow is preparing to sue
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$3M Court Case Continues Next Week

The case remains before Orange Walk Magistrate Deborah Rogers and is expected to resume next
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SC Dean Barrow Comments on CIB’s Large Amount of Cash

Barrow goes on the explained that having such a large amount of money on the
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