Friday, October 18
Volatility in the price of basmati rice on the world market concerned. It sells for between $ 1,500 and $ 1,700 per tonne. Importers believe that the price of the rice will rise further in the coming weeks. Ajodha Anand, the director of Funny Traders, one of the largest importers of rice in the country, argues that large traders in India and Pakistan prefer to store their rice as Iran begins to buy several tons.
Thursday, September 12
The procedures for clearance of imported toys this year will be more stringent. Now the Mauritius Standards Bureau (MSB) will only accept certified by an accredited body in the exporting country copies.
Friday, August 09
A new address for those who want to engage in import and export: www.mauritiustrade.mu. This is the Mauritius Trade Portal that provides information on trade and business sectors mine.
Thursday, July 25
Les légumineuses, dont les gros pois, les petits pois, le soya et les haricots, peuvent être cultivées à Maurice, d’après les résultats des travaux effectués par des scientifiques agricoles de l’Agricultural Research and Extension Unit (AREU) et qui ont duré cinq à six ans. Ces résultats ont été disséminés à quelque 150 petits planteurs, jeudi et vendredi, lors d’une visite à la station agricole de Réduit.
Friday, June 21
For many professionals freight, Mauritius does not meet the Convention of the World Trade Organization (WTO) of which it is a signatory. These forwarders believe that if they call, they should not pay a penalty in the context of a dispute with the Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) in relation to the valuation of goods.
Tuesday, June 04
According forwarders, consumers must indirectly pay the fines imposed by the MRA forwarders of imported products. These professionals are ready for drastic action if the authorities do not review these penalties.
Wednesday, February 27
The Consumer Protection Unit (CPU), together with the Mauritius Standards Bureau, will be implementing stricter norms for the import of household appliances.
Thursday, September 27
Local traditional shoemaking Maurice raises questions over the past few months. The elimination of taxes on imported footwear threatens local companies that are struggling to compete with the prices of imported products and not always quality. They fear having to put the key under the mat.
Wednesday, February 22
If the amount of our exports in 2011 was higher than that of 2010, the economic crisis, especially in the euro area, we fear the worst for this year. If there is a drop in orders from Europe, there is also competition from a giant: China.
Wednesday, February 15
Liberalization of imports of basic foodstuffs, cement and sugar among others, is on track. But it was not until the arrival of other importers so that competition actually benefits consumers.