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Belize has a small but open economy, historically focussed on agricultural export products but depending increasingly on tourism and construction. Since 2006, it has also been exporting small quantities of petroleum. With no cement production facilities of its own, the country totally depends on imports from neighbouring countries to meet its cement demand, fluctuating in step with hurricane damage.
Caribbean Cement Company Limited has released more disappointing financial results as it continues to be hit hard by the downturn in the Jamaican economy and increased competition. Local press r...
Belizean builders have grown accustomed to cement from Central America – whether it’s Cemento Maya from Mexico, Cessa from El Salvador or Bijao from Honduras. Indeed, Belize’s post – modern constr...
Holcim has acquired 90% of the shares of Cemento del Salvador (Cessa). Cessa currently exports cement and other products to Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras. La Prensa Gráfica published...