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December 2012

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER- WHO WE ARE, WHAT WE DO, HOW IT’S BENEFICIAL TO YOU!!


Jules and Omar working togetherIn Belize, the small business community, known as MSME-(Micro, Small, and Medium enterprises) is a vital sector for economic development. It is estimated that MSMEs account for over 70% of main export crops and an even higher percentage of domestic food crops.  It is within this spectrum that the Government of Belize has strengthened its focus on supporting the development of the MSME Sector.

How is the SBDC beneficial to you?

The provision of long term one-on-one assistance to SBDC clients is of priority to us.   You can receive assistance from a counselor at any point in your business operation.  The technical trainings and advisory services provide YOU, our valued SBDC client, with technical information at workshops, and ensured implementation through personal follow up advice from a counselor to answer any questions.

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Official Statement by the Thirty-fifth Meeting of COTED on the adoption of the CARICOM Regional Standard for the Labelling of Retail Packages of Tobacco Products.


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Request by Member States for the invoking of the Safeguard Mechanism


125px-Belize_COA.svgMinistry of Trade, Investment, Private Sector Development and Consumer Protection
Sir Edney Cain Building, Belmopan, BELIZE C.A.
Tel: (501)822-2832 /2833 Fax: (501) 822-2837
E-mail: foreigntrade@btl.net
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RE: CARI/25/01/12(65)
December 10, 2012

Request by Member States for the invoking of the Safeguard Mechanism
As per notification purposes, kindly find enclosed documents (click here to see documents) pertaining to the request for the invoking of the Safeguard Mechanism on ‘Shelled Peanuts’ by the Government of Barbados.
Kindly indicate by December 12, 2012, whether or not there are any known company who would be able to supply the above goods at quantities and specifications as indicated in attachment.

For further information contact the Directorate of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Trade, Investment Promotion, Private Sector Development, and Consumer Protection at 822-2832/2833

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