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British Honduras
Capital: Belmopan
Tourism is the number one foreign exchange earner in this small economy, followed by exports of marine products, citrus, cane sugar, bananas, and garments. The government's expansionary monetary and fiscal policies, initiated in September 1998, led to GDP growth averaging nearly 4% in 1999-2007. Oil discoveries in 2006 bolstered this growth. Exploration efforts have continued and production has increased a small amount. In February 2007, the government restructured nearly all of its public external commercial debt, which helped reduce interest payments and relieved some of the country's liquidity concerns. Growth slipped to 0% in 2009 and 1.5% in 2010 as a result of the global slowdown, natural disasters, and the drop in the price of oil. With weak economic growth and a large public debt b more info »
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British-Honduras PNL 5-Pence 1973
5 Pence British-Honduras's Banknote (Front)
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Date: 1973
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British Honduras 1973 5 Pence postal order. 31st. of May 1973. Issued at Belize City. Last Date of Issue,as British Honduras became the Colony of Belize on the 1st. of June 1973. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II at top left. - Scan donated by Aidan Work
British Honduras Banknote PNL 5-Pence 1973
5 Pence British-Honduras's Banknote (Back)
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Date: 1973
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Regulations. - Scan donated by Aidan Work
5-Pence PNL 1973
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