The Festival International Kreol 2013 will he held in Jin Fei ? This possibility is at least strongly considered by the Ministry of Tourism. The ministry has already completed three - Site visits to study the viability of the industrial park to hold this annual festival is now held since 2005.
It appears that this decision is far from unanimous in that department . Park Jin Fei should be dedicated to economic and non- activities , as certain officers to " festive purposes ."
The press service of the Ministry of Tourism confirmed that there was indeed , site- visits to Jin Fei . However, do we stand , the site is not the only option considered for holding this festival. " There have been visits to various sites , including the domain or straws still in Bamboo ," they say.
Sources familiar with the matter say , however, that the Minister of Tourism would be "very reluctant " to hold the festival in the Domain straw and " this option was even scratched. "
The International Festival Kreol should , in all probability , to be held from November 29 to December 1. Also within the Ministry of Tourism , it argues that if the festival was held at the Jin Fei , it would give the wrong signal because " this area has not been created to organize concerts. "
Since 12 July 2007, the government leased 112 acres to the Chinese to develop an industrial zone to be a springboard for China to Africa . 35,000 direct jobs will be created with an investment of Rs 25 billion.
However, six years later, only Rs 1.7 billion have been invested , including Rs 575 million for roads . 356 temporary jobs were created for Mauritians . The latest developments around the industrial park back in July , where the Ministry of Lands and Housing gave the green light for the creation of three projects. This is the construction of a warehouse, apartments and a business center. The business center is expected to cost around Rs 600 million, while the warehouse is already operational.
In terms of public infrastructure facilities , the government has invested Rs 90 million for the construction of roads and drains, Rs 82 million for the sewage pipe and Rs 94.9 million for water.