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    First Ever Trade Policy Introduced

First Ever Trade Policy Introduced

reporter.bz-REPORTER NEWSPAPER -By Marion Ali- There is now a national trade policy in place that will govern how Belize conducts business over the next ten years. On Thursday, the Ministry of Economic Development, Trade and Commerce, introduced the policy, which is a joint effort that the government, the Belize Chamber

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    The Huge Stake Bank Project & Cruise Tourism – Part 3

The Huge Stake Bank Project & Cruise Tourism – Part 3

reporter.bz-REPORTER NEWSPAPER – News Staff – Exactly 7 months ago, The design and planning illustrations were released to the media and THE REPORTER highlighted the business opportunities and impact of the huge project called Stake Bank. Today developers and designers, financiers and dignitaries, Cabinet members past and present, distinguished guests

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    Marie Sharp Launches New Game-Changing Product

Marie Sharp Launches New Game-Changing Product

Iconic Belizean businesswoman Marie Sharp has once more added another hot sauce to her successful line of products on the market, and this time is doing so in an effort to combat gender-based violence in Belize. On Valentine’s Day, Sharp in collaboration with the United States Embassy in Belmopan officially

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    BANK GETS ITS BENJAMINS! Court Rules No Taxes for BBL

BANK GETS ITS BENJAMINS! Court Rules No Taxes for BBL

REPORTER: News Staff, Jan. 25th. – The Belize Bank may never pay business tax in this country again, almost $34 million in tax revenue a year, following a landmark ruling this week with far reaching repercussions. The case and subsequent ruling, though separate from the unsettled UHS judgement owed to

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    Belizean Economy and International Obligations Part 3

Belizean Economy and International Obligations Part 3

In the last Business Perspective (BP) article we concluded with reference to the need for a proactive approach to the tax reform efforts. As was pointed out in that article, in many instances Belize finds itself virtually forced to make certain tax policy changes in response to one international obligation

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    BELIZEAN ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS – Part 2

BELIZEAN ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS – Part 2

REPORTER: News Staff, – January 4th. 2019 – “High trade taxes not only constitute a barrier to profitability and private investment, but they also impede investment in relatively desirable activities (activities of greater competitiveness and with higher social returns) more than other activities. Firms dedicate significant attention to obtaining exemptions

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HIGHER ELECTRICITY RATES FOR NEW YEAR’S CHEER

Belize Electricity Limited announced this week that the high cost of purchasing power from Mexico has forced the company to seek an increase in electricity rates from the Public Utilities Commission. BEL said that it made the formal submission to the PUC on Monday for an increase in the Mean

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BELIZEAN ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL OBLIGATIONS, Part 1

It has been no secret that the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) has been advocating in favor of a comprehensive tax reform for some time now. In large part, the BCCI’s advocacy is not based on whimsical notions, but rather is supported by multiple empirical research works and

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