This conference will attempt to analyze the different sources of FDI in various sectors and economic pillars, tourism from that of Real Estate.
"Foreign direct investment is expected to enhance growth mainly through capital, technology and expertise it brings in the recipient country. Through knowledge transfer, FDI contributes to the formation in the host by improving the competence and best management practices. The IDE also serve to promote the use of advanced technologies, "said the statement from the university.
Professor Harish Bheemul, Director of Academic Affairs and Head of Centre for Research and Consultancy, the Isitech Business School, explains Daily Challenge, this initiative aims to popularize the business school, but also to participate in economic thinking. Because at the end of this conference, he explained, a summary of proposals and consideration be given to the Ministry of Finance.
This conference will be held from 9 to 17 hours, Cinnamon, Les Pailles, is intended to business community, and students, among others. The Minister of Higher Education, Rajesh Jeetah, members of the Board of Investment, Enterprise Mauritius and those of Middlesex University, will participate. The country recorded about Rs 10 billion in terms of FDI in 2011 is less than the amount registered by the country in 2010. This fall in investment is due to global economic conditions. Our main investors come from the Old Continent, about 60%. Europe is undergoing a severe debt crisis.
Isitech Business School aims to become a renowned institution in the regions of Asia-Pacific and Africa.