Geoffrey de Sibert graduated from John Hopkins University as well as the prestigious Institut d’Etudes Politique in Paris where he graduated with honors. Geoffrey de Sibert is fluent in several languages including English, French, Spanish and Italian. During his free time, Geoffrey de Sibert enjoys playing bridge, squash, exercising and shooting. Geoffrey de Sibert currently divides his time between California and Belize.
-Geoffrey de Sibert
June 1st, 2012
Caribbean Sustainable Agriculture, Ltd. (“CSA”) has been created to focus on the agriculture market in Belize through the acquisition of undeveloped land in Belize that can be converted into farmland for agricultural cultivation. CSA expects to benefit from the premium pricing that agronomic type crops (e.g. corn and beans) can achieve in regional Central American and Caribbean markets. Moreover, CSA believes that global demand for agronomic crops will be strong in the years ahead, driven by population growth and Asian demand, and that this market can be profitably addressed from Belize…
-Geoffrey de Sibert
May 7th, 2012
During the post-World War II “de-colonialization” period, British Honduras faced two obstacles to independence: British reluctance until the early 1960s to allow for citizens to govern themselves, and Guatemala’s complete intransigence over its long standing claim to everyone in your territory (Guatemala had repeatedly threatened to make usage of force to adopt the over British Honduras). Talks between Guatemala and British Honduras started and stopped abruptly usually in the late 1960s and early 1970s. By 1975, the Belizean and British governments, frustrated at dealing with the military-dominated regimes in Guatemala, agreed on a new strategy that would take the case for self-determination to various international forums. Finally, in November 1980, with Guatemala completely isolated, the UN passed a resolution that demanded the independence of Belize, which came to Belize on September 21, 1981…
-Geoffrey de Sibert May 9, 2012 Real estate development is a fairly new industry in Belize. The first significant real estate development project was a vision cast for the Island of Ambergris Caye, a former Maya fisherman’s village….
-Geoffrey de Sibert May 2, 2012
Specialty Crops provide a significant potential opportunity in Belize. There is a fairly broad repertoire of vegetables grown in Belize, although only on a scale sufficient to provide a modest amount of supply for domestic demand….