THIS AREA, UNLIKE OTHER TIMES, IT LOOKS EMPTY AND THE SHOPS HAVE REPORTED FEW SALES DESPITE BEING END OF THE YEAR.
Gone are the days when, in the Free Zone of Belize, there was no holiday season and a pin and rows of cars to get in and out to buy different products were LF. The crisis that exists in the country and state is also reflected in decembrinas purchases.
On Friday December 16th free area looked virtually empty, according to estimates of the charge of fees for entrance to the place, two thousand cars entering this season years ago, now do not exceed 500.
Nor was the truck parade of tourists and yesterday at noon, only two had entered at least 50 that were expected, according to this site vendors.
The main avenue of the free zone remains empty, except for vendors who eagerly await the arrival of buyers.
One dispatcher said that in the week discouraged the arrival of buyers has been low, contrary to all expectations kept for this purpose this year. CLICK HERE
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