Wednesday, June 06
Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam met his British counterpart David Cameron, on Wednesday in London. The Chagos issue will be discussed.
Thursday, May 24
Xavier-Luc Duval, vice-Premier ministre et ministre des Finances, qualifie d’injustifiée l’insinuation de l’Inde à l’effet que Maurice est un repaire pour évadés fiscaux. Le gouvernement réfutera officiellement les allégations indiennes.
Tuesday, May 22
Le Britannique James John Lenaghan a pris lundi les fonctions du directeur du département des douanes pour une période de trois ans, remplaçant son compatriote Stephen Mendes, qui avait démissionné fin mai 2011 pour prendre de l’emploi comme conseiller à l’AFRITAC.
Friday, April 27
Minister of regional government, Hervé Aimée, announced this Thursday, April 26, 2012 a new formula for allocating funds to district councils. The aim he said is to reduce the gap between urban and rural areas.
Wednesday, April 18
Amazing speech by the Minister of Local Government in Bambous Tuesday, April 17, 2012. Hervé Aimée attacked the inhabitants of cities explaining that it is unfair that taxpayer dollars are used to subsidize local governments.
Wednesday, March 28
The final merger of six institutions to support the sugar industry into a single entity namely the Mauritius Cane Industry Authority (MCIA) as part of the reform of the sugar industry in a sugarcane industry has been sealed by the signing of a memorandum of understanding between government and union March 27, 2012.
Wednesday, March 07
The minister of Information and Communication Technology, Tassarajen Pillay Chedumbrum launched the ICT Export Portal in Ebene, on Tuesday.
Tuesday, February 21
The government plans to launch a pilot, the Film Rebate Scheme to lay the groundwork for a film industry. This announcement was made by the Cabinet on Friday last.
Tuesday, February 21
The government is providing new schemes and facilities in terms of finance, skills and logistics to further promote small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Thursday, February 09
Mauritius and India reaffirm their ties. Great peninsula offered a credit line of Rs 7.5 billion to the Mauritian government.