Belize American Chamber of Commerce

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Facilitating Partnerships with Home from Abroad, 
Empowering our own through education and good business with others. 


A community of investors and business leaders fostering global development

The Belize American Chamber of Commerce is a leader in engaging Community and Economic Development between both nations. We facilitate investment, create opportunities, and link business leaders for bi-partisan win-win partnerships.

Our organization represents the interests of various sectors of the local community [particularly in the fields of agriculture, Tourism, and renewable energy]. We encourage community involvement and engagement both locally and internationally.

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Fast Facts About Belize

  • Official Name: Belize 
  • Form of Government: Constitutional Monarchy with two legislative houses 
  • Head of State: British Monarch, Queen Elizabeth; Represented by Governor General Dame Froyla Tzalam 
  • Head of Government: Prime Minister, Honorable Dr. John Antonio Briceño
  • Monetary Unit: Belize Dollar [BZ$] 
  • Population: (2021 est.): 430,000. 
  • Total Area: 8,867 mi²

Belize is one of the few remaining pristine, independent places that exists today. Bordered by the north by Mexico, the south and west by Guatemala, and the east by the Caribbean Sea, Belize is considered as the bridge between Central America and The Caribbean, offering the best of both worlds. Its waters are therefore home to a magnificent array of Coral Reefs, numerous little cayes, islands, the Great Blue Hole, and many more. Inland, Belize is divided into six different districts with each possessing its own unique way of life, & boasting exquisite natural wonders from Mountains, Water Falls, Maya Ruins, Forests, Caves, Plantations, Rivers, National Parks, Reserves, and several Sanctuaries.


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Our Strategic Network​

A worldwide network expended from Belize to Florida, Europe and the Caribbean Basin.