Currency and exchange rates are important in Belizer and other countries around the world, as they affect how goods and services are delivered to the people.
But as the US Dollar is the main international currency used around the globe, it’s the currency of choice in many countries.
But in Belizers currency, it seems, the peso is often more popular.
The peso, which is pegged to the US dollar, has been devalued to about 15 cents per dollar since July.
But Belize is one of the few countries in Latin America where it is still a popular currency.
It’s not just Belizeians who use the peson.
In countries around South America, like Argentina, Uruguay and Bolivia, the dollar is the currency used.
In Argentina and Uruguay, the price of food is now also pegged to pesos.
The devaluation of the pesos has affected the country’s currency.
In El Salvador, where the pesol is pegged, the government has said it is considering devaluing it to 6 cents, or 15 cents.
So how can you use Belize’s currency?
Here are some of the best places to buy and sell your favourite Belizean currencies:Here’s a list of places that accept Belize pesos:Here are some currency exchange rates available in Belmopan, the capital of the country: