Provides references to the principal business associations, indicating which accept U.S. companies. Describes the primary roles of those associations and to what extent they influence government actions.

The principal private sector business association is the Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI, www.belize.org).  It has a membership of almost three hundred local businesses from a wide cross-section of the agricultural, productive, service and industrial sectors.  It  accepts Belizean and American members and seeks to promote the commercial interest of its members through networking and advocating for policy with the Government of Belize.

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Belize Trade Associations