Citations with the tag: BELIZE -- Economic conditions

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  • ECONOMIC OVERVIEW.
     // Belize Country Review; 2003, p20 

    Presents an overview of the economic conditions in Belize. Details on economic performance, balance of payments, and regional situations; Macroeconomic data, including gross domestic product, unemployment rates, and foreign exchange rates; Major trading partners; Production of major crops,...

  • ECONOMIC OVERVIEW.
     // Belize Country Review; 2004, pN 

    Presents an overview of the economic conditions in Belize. Details on economic performance, balance of payments, and regional situations; Macroeconomic data, including gross domestic product, unemployment rates, and foreign exchange rates; Major trading partners; Production of major crops,...

  • ECONOMIC OVERVIEW.
     // Belize Country Review; 2005, p23 

    Presents an overview of the economic conditions in Belize. Details on economic performance, balance of payments, and regional situations; Macroeconomic data, including gross domestic product, unemployment rates, and foreign exchange rates; Major trading partners; Production of major crops,...

  • ECONOMIC OVERVIEW.
     // Belize Country Review; 2006, p33 

    Presents an overview of the economic conditions in Belize. Details on economic performance, balance of payments, and regional situations; Macroeconomic data, including gross domestic product, unemployment rates, and foreign exchange rates; Major trading partners; Production of major crops,...

  • ECONOMIC OVERVIEW.
     // Belize Country Review; 2008, p61 

    Presents an overview of the economic conditions in Belize. Details on economic performance, balance of payments, and regional situations; Macroeconomic data, including gross domestic product, unemployment rates, and foreign exchange rates; Major trading partners; Production of major crops,...

  • INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Competitiveness; 2003, p7 

    Presents an analysis of the economic conditions in Belize. Questions regarding the increased mobility of corporate assets and the need for productive human resources, due to the globalization of markets; Methodology of financial returns and gaps; Comparison of labor productivity gaps in Belize...

  • FINANCIAL RETURNS: ASSET STRUCTURE RATIOS.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Competitiveness; 2003, p12 

    Presents an analysis of the economic conditions in Belize. Examination of the asset structure of companies operating in Belize benchmarked against global averages; Definition of terms related to the asset-side of financial statement analysis, including accumulated depreciation, deferred charges,...

  • FINANCIAL RETURNS: LIABILITY STRUCTURE RATIOS.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Competitiveness; 2003, p34 

    Presents an analysis of the economic conditions in Belize. Information on the liability structure of firms operating in Belize benchmarked against global averages; Presentation of a common-size statement, or vertical analysis of liabilities and shareholder equity for the typical firm operating...

  • FINANCIAL RETURNS: INCOME STRUCTURE RATIOS.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Competitiveness; 2003, p53 

    Presents an analysis of the economic conditions of Belize. Examination of the income structure of companies operating in Belize benchmarked against global averages; Definitions of terms related to the income-side of financial statement analysis, including amortization, costs of goods sold...

  • FINANCIAL RETURNS: PROFITABILITY RATIOS.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Competitiveness; 2003, p75 

    Presents an analysis of the economic conditions of Belize. Examination of financial returns and profitability ratios, as well as additional financial criterion, for firms operating in Belize benchmarked against global averages; Definition of terms related to financial ratio analysis, including...

  • PRODUCTIVITY: ASSET-LABOR RATIOS.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Competitiveness; 2003, p96 

    Presents an analysis of the economic conditions of Belize. Examination of numerous asset-labor ratios, as well as productivity and utilization ratios, of companies operating in Belize benchmarked against global averages; Comparison of Belize's asset-labor ratios using the U.S. dollar as common...

  • PRODUCTIVITY: LIABILITY-LABOR RATIOS.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Competitiveness; 2003, p116 

    Presents an analysis of the economic conditions in Belize. Examination of the liability-labor ratios of companies operating in Belize benchmarked against global averages; Comparisons of Belize's liability-labor ratios over time and across countries by using the U.S. dollar as common currency,...

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Oct2005, p4 

    Describes the economic conditions in Belize. Export products of the country; U.S. companies that have operations in the country; Constraint on the economic development of Belize.

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Oct2006, p3 

    The article provides information on the economy of Belize. Forestry used to be the main industry in Belize. The country's principal export is cane sugar. The domestic industry is affected by high labor and energy costs. Most foreign investments are put in telecommunications and agriculture. The...

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; May2007, p3 

    The article presents information on the Belizean economy. The principal export of the country is cane sugar. Belize has about 809,000 hectares of arable land. The government enacted legislation in 1973 that requires non-Belizeans to complete a development plan on land they purchase to curb land...

  • Background Note: Belize.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Aug2008, p1 

    This publication presents information on Belize. Its climate is mostly subtropical or hot and humid. The estimated population of Belize in 2007 was 314, 300. This entry also includes information on the country's people, history, government, political conditions, economy, foreign relations,...

  • PROFILE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Aug2008, p1 

    This publication presents information on Belize. Its climate is mostly subtropical or hot and humid. The estimated population of Belize in 2007 was 314, 300. This entry also includes information on the country's people, history, government, political conditions, economy, foreign relations,...

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Aug2008, p4 

    The article presents information on the economy of Belize. As reported, cane sugar replaced timber as the principal export following a decline in the supply of accessible timber at the start of the 20th century. Other export products are citrus, bananas, seafood and apparel. Drivers of economic...

  • Background Note: Belize.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Oct2008, p1 

    This publication presents information on the federal republic of Belize. Its climate is subtropical with rainfall ranging from 60 inches in the north to 200 inches in the south annually. The estimated population of Brazil in 2007 was 314,300. Government officials are led by head of state Queen...

  • PROFILE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Oct2008, p1 

    This publication presents information on the federal republic of Belize. Its climate is subtropical with rainfall ranging from 60 inches in the north to 200 inches in the south annually. The estimated population of Brazil in 2007 was 314,300. Government officials are led by head of state Queen...

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Oct2008, p4 

    The article offers information on the economy of Belize. Economic sectors include forestry, which remained the sole economic activity through 20th century, exports and the farm shrimp industry. An overview of the economic contribution of the tourism industry is offered. Other topics discussed...

  • PROFILE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Apr2009, p2 

    The article presents information on Belize. It has a total land area of 22,966 square kilometers. Belmopan serves as its capital city, with an estimated population of 18,100 in June 2008. The estimated annual growth rate of the country as of June 2008 was 1.8%. Ethnic groups include Creole,...

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Apr2009, p7 

    The article presents information on domestic economic conditions in Belize. It notes that the country's economic growth is driven by the service and petroleum sector. It cites Archer Daniels Midland, Texaco and Esso as some of the U.S. firms that operate in Belize. It points out that significant...

  • PROFILE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Sep2009, p2 

    The article presents information on Belize. It has a total land area of 22,966 square kilometers. Belmopan serves as its capital city, with an estimated population of 18,100 in June 2008. The estimated annual growth rate of the country as of June 2008 was 1.8%. Ethnic groups include Creole,...

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Sep2009, p7 

    The article presents information on domestic economic conditions in Belize as of September 2009. It notes that the country's economic growth is driven by the service and petroleum sector. It cites Archer Daniels Midland, Texaco and Esso as some of the U.S. firms that operate in Belize. It points...

  • PROFILE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; 4/9/2010, p2 

    The article presents information on Belize as of April 2010. It has a total land area of 22,966 square kilometers. Belmopan serves as its capital city, with an estimated population of 18,100 in June 2008. The estimated annual growth rate of the country as of June 2008 was 1.8%. Ethnic groups...

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; 4/9/2010, p7 

    The article presents information on domestic economic conditions in Belize as of April 2010. It notes that the country's economic growth is driven by the service and petroleum sector. It cites Archer Daniels Midland, Texaco and Esso as some of the U.S. firms that operate in Belize. It points out...

  • Belize.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; 10/5/2010, p1 

    The article presents information on Belize. It covers an area of 22,966 square kilometers. It has a population of 307,899 based on the July 2010 estimate. The annual growth rate is 2.154% based on the 2010 estimate. The official language is English, although Creole, Spanish, Garifuna and Mayan...

  • PROFILE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; 10/5/2010, p2 

    The article presents information on Belize. It covers an area of 22,966 square kilometers. It has a population of 307,899 based on the July 2010 estimate. The annual growth rate is 2.154% based on the 2010 estimate. The official language is English, although Creole, Spanish, Garifuna and Mayan...

  • ECONOMY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; 5/ 2/2011, p7 

    The article presents information on domestic economic conditions in Belize as of May 2011. It notes that the country's economic growth is driven by the service and petroleum sector. It cites Archer Daniels Midland, Texaco and Esso as some of the U.S. firms that operate in Belize. It points out...

  • Crime Wave Key Concern For Musa.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Aug2003, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p4 

    Presents information on the political and economic conditions in Belize as of August 2003. Challenges faced by Prime Minister Said Musa; Crime situation; Threat of natural disasters; Rates of real gross domestic product growth in 2000.

  • RISK SUMMARY: BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Apr2008, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p10 

    The article presents an outlook on the economy and politics of Belize as well its business environment. Dean Barrow of the United Democratic Party has won by a landslide in the February 7, 2008 general elections. The short term outlook of the International Monetary Fund for the nation's economy...

  • RISK SUMMARY: BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Jun2008, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p9 

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  • RISK SUMMARY: BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Sep2008, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p8 

    The article offers the political outlook and economic risk which further explain the risk summary made by Business Monitor International (BMI) of Belize as of August 2008. A brief historical background is provided of the politics in the country, explaining negotiations involving the U.S. giving...

  • RISK SUMMARY: BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Dec2008, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p9 

    The article presents the political and economic outlook for Belize, as of December 2008. It talks about a controversy over allegations that Belize City Mayor Zenaida Moya has misappropriated taxpayers money to increase her own salary. The country's inflation rose to 9.6 percent year-on-year...

  • 1 INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY: 1 INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Studies; 2007, p14 

    The article presents the methodology and coverage of the report on the strategic profile of Belize. It says that the report is intended to help managers and consultants in their strategic planning process and to offer alternative perspective on strategic planning. It further presents the...

  • 1 INTRODUCTION & METHODOLOGY: 1.3 LATENT DEMAND AND ACCESSIBILITY IN BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Studies; 2007, p16 

    The article presents an overview of the factors that affects latent demand and market accessibility in Belize. It analyzes the macro-accessibility of Belize in terms of openness to trade and direct investment, local marketing and entry strategy alternatives, and local human resources and risks....

  • 3 ECONOMIC AND PRODUCT MARKETS IN BELIZE: 3.3 LATENT DEMAND FORECASTS.
    Parker, Philip M. // Belize Economic Studies; 2007, p61 

    Several charts are presented that show the trend of product markets in Belize for years 2003 to 2013 in various product and industrial sectors including adhesives and sealants, advertising services, and biotechnology.

  • Belize.
    Parker, Philip M. // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2006, p757 

    The article presents information on the socio-economic and political conditions in Belize. The population of Belize is 281,084 and population density is 32 per square meter. The ethnic groups include Mestizo 49%, Creole 25%, Maya 11%, and Garifuna 6%. There is parliamentary democracy in Belize....

  • Belize.
    Parker, Philip M. // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2009, p808 

    An encyclopedia entry for Belize is presented. The country has a parliamentary democracy type of government. Its population is 301,270 and has Belmopan as its capital. Its gross domestic product (GDP) is 2.4 billion U.S. dollars and its industries include garment production, food processing and...

  • BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Health in the Americas (9789275115879); 2002, Vol. 1, p64 

    The article offers information on the economic condition, health care system and vital statistics of Belize. It lies in the outer tropics or subtropical geographic belt. The national mechanisms for planning and managing development and social policy are those defined by the various ministries....

  • RISK SUMMARY: BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Jul2006, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p9 

    Presents news briefs on the political and economic conditions in Belize as of July 2006. Reasons behind the first major electoral defeat of Prime Minister Said Musa's Peoples United Party; Concern toward the sustainability of Belize's $1.02 billion external debt; Plan of the country to borrow...

  • RISK SUMMARY: BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Mar2010, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p9 

    The article provides an economic outlook for Belize through 2011. It says that the economy showed slight improvement in the third quarter of 2009. It forecasts a substantial recovery for 2010 as demand for the country's agricultural exports is seen to increase. It also discusses the credit risks...

  • Background Note: Belize.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Aug2004, p1 

    Provides information on the geography, population, government and economy of Belize as of August 2004. Percentage of annual growth rate in 2003; Type of government; Sources of income; Languages spoken in the country.

  • PROFILE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Belize; Aug2004, p1 

    Provides information on the geography, population, government and economy of Belize as of August 2004. Population rate of the country in 2003; Branches of government; Products from the agricultural industry; Gross domestic product in 2003.

  • RISK SUMMARY: BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Apr2007, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p8 

    The article describes political and economic conditions in Belize and Bermuda in 2006. Almost all of Belize's bondholders accepted the restructuring deal offered by the government, which will enable it to attain long-term fiscal targets. This makes the devaluation of the Belize dollar an...

  • RISK SUMMARY: BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Latin America Monitor: Caribbean Monitor; Mar2005, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p8 

    Presents updates on the political and economic conditions in Belize as of March 2005. Demands of the National Trade Union Congress of Belize regarding salary increases; Percentage of government expenditure accounted by wages and pension payment accounts; Rejection of an attempt to block the...

  • BELIZE.
    Parker, Philip M. // Caribbean Update;  

    This section offers news briefs related to current events in commerce in Belize. Belize's tourism market has been the country's second best money-earner. Property prices in Belize are also rising steadily but still remain affordable. Merconsult S.S. and Destillint SA de CV joined forces to...

  • Direct foreign investment in Belize.
    Parker, Philip M. // Money Affairs; Jul-Dec1991, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p73 

    This research paper examines and reviews the efforts by the government of Belize to attract direct foreign investment (DFI) since 1985. The author examines the costs and benefits of DFI in developing countries and the advantages and disadvantages of the investment to the country. Also examined...

  • Human Capital Theory.
    ALMENDAREZ, LEROY // Caribbean Quarterly; Sep-Dec2013, Vol. 59 Issue 3/4, p21 

    The article discusses educational development in Belize and in the Caribbean region. Emphasis is given to the theory of human capital to in relation to economic growth and development through educational systems. Other topics include government emphasis on specialization, development of the...

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