The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE) is a statutory institution governed by a Boardof Directors. On the Board are representatives from Government, Private sector, and Civil Society. The Board is theprincipal policy making organ of BELTRAIDE.The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE) is committed to offering local and foreign investorsthe services of a one-stop center for investment and trade activities. Our Investment Attraction, Export Promotion,Business Facilitation, and Trade and Research Departments strive to efﬁciently respond to requests, inquiries, and needsof investors and business persons. BELTRAIDE promotes investments that create job opportunities and increase foreigncurrency for Belize.BELTRAIDE’s main objectives are:• Attracting and facilitating new investments• Efﬁciently managing the Fiscal Incentives Program for the Government of Belize• Identifying new non-traditional export products and markets; supporting traditional exporters• Tendering advice and recommendations to the Government on trade promotion• Developing trade policies and participating in trade negotiations• Providing accurate, timely data and research on trade mattersBELTRAIDE maintains a comprehensive trade and investment library for all business persons to utilize. Potentialinvestors can contact BELTRAIDE to collect necessary information about incentive programs, regulations, and proceduresgoverning investment in Belize.For more information concerning BELTRAIDE’s services, or information on trade and investment in Belize contact:
The Belize Trade and Investment Development Service (BELTRAIDE)
14 Orchid Garden StreetBelmopan City, BelizeTel: (501) 822-3737/0175/0177Fax: (501) 822-0595Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.belizeinvest.org.bz
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Disclaimer:BELTRAIDE cannot be held responsible for the availability of the products and services listed, the reliability of the companies, or any other problems which may occur in negotiations, fulﬁllment of contracts, etc. The companieslisted range from small to large entities, and their ability to supply or purchase goods and services varies accordingly.Some of the companies already have international marketing networks, others may be seeking new markets or embarking on overseas trade and transactions for the ﬁrst time. We therefore recommend, that checks as to the credit standingsand market research on the companies, should be carried out before entering into any contract. Should any disputesarise, they must be settled through the international commercial arbitration system.