A small, upper-middle income country with a population of about 359 000 and a per capita income of US$ 4,906 (current) in 2016, Belize has undergone significant economic transformation over the last two decades, mainly due to the growing tourism industry and to the commercial oil discovery in 2005. Tourism and agriculture are the main sources of income and employment. Tourism represents almost o...
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Country Director for Caribbean Countries
Vice President of the World Bank for Latin America and the Caribbean
Lead Economist and Program Leader for the Caribbean