Banaana prodokshan eena Bileez

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Banaana prodokshan eena Bileez mek op 16 persent a evriting weh Bileez mi ekspoat eena 1999. Da-mi praivatizayshan ahn maakit ahn prodokshan weh mi help banaana prodokshan eena di 1990s. Banaana prodokshan eena Bileez ku gud er noh soh gud. Eena 1994 da-mi 68,000 tonz, den eena 1995 da-mi 45,000 tonz bifoa ih gaahn bak op tu 78,000 tonz eena 1999. Banaana prodokshan eena Bileez mi bigin eena di layt 19t senchri wen Bileez da-mi British kalani. Dehndeh taim, Amerikan ahn British investaz mi set op di fos plantaysh dehn. Oava di laas 70 yaaz, di patan a banaana prodokshan moov lee bit bai lee bit fahn laaj saiz Amerikan ahn British kompani tu smaala saiz loakal faam, moasli fi di Yooropeeyan maakit. Banana production in Belize accounted for 16 percent of total Belizean exports in 1999. Banana production was aided in the 1990s by privatization and market and production. Banana production in Belize fluctuates, falling from 68,000 tons in 1994 to 45,000 tons in 1995 before rising back to 78,000 tons in 1999. Banana production in Belize began in the late nineteenth century when it was a British colony, when American and British investors established the first plantations. Over the last 70 years, the pattern of banana production has gradually shifted away from large scale American and British owned company production to smaller-scale localised farming primarily targeted at the European market.