Thursday, October 17
Cooperation agreements Gabon-Mauritius - Mauritius and Gabon are to sign a number of agreements when the Gabonese President, Ali Bongo Ondimba, pays a four-day official visit to Mauritius from 16 October.
Thursday, October 17
In order to bring more substance in the Mauritian court and appease the rumbling Indian, the Financial Services Commission (FSC) issued a "Control and Management of Conduct of Business for a GBC1". New conditions to be met by offshore companies, licensed by Global Business Company 1 '(GBC1).
Wednesday, October 16
Africa is the target of Mauritius's charge to become a stronger investment and financing hub. The government is reviewing its tax treaties with India and South Africa as it prepares to launch a new "ocean economy" to further diversify the island's productive base.
Monday, October 14
The move will make it difficult for firms that unduly use the India-Mauritius double tax-avoidance pact to their gain.
Sunday, October 13
NUSA DUA (INDONESIA), OCT 7:
Asia-Pacific leaders convened on Monday for a summit in Indonesia aimed at advancing trade and investment liberalisation amid a regional economic slowdown.
Saturday, September 21
Mauritius broke from its colonial masters in the UK 45 years ago, but its economy has remained strongly linked to Europe. First it was sugar; then it was textiles; even the tourists who started to arrive at the Indian Ocean island off east Africa in the early 1980s came mostly from Europe.
Wednesday, September 18
When Jacques d’Unienville, chief executive of Mauritius sugar cane company Omnicane, travelled to the annual meeting of the sugar industry in Brazil he was pleasantly surprised by what he heard.
Monday, September 16
The Board of Investment in collaboration with Enterprise Mauritius, take the next two weeks focusing on trade and investment promotion mission to Lagos and Accra, capital of Nigeria and Ghana.
Sunday, September 15
After Vivo Energy Mauritius, Total Mauritius Ltd, Engen Petroleum Mauritius, Indian Oil Ltd, it is the turn of the company, Beta Oil Terminal Ltd. position for storage of petroleum products in Port Louis. Indeed, Beta Oil Terminal Ltd proposes to build three silos of fuels with a storage capacity of 19,700 cubic meters Mer Rouge.
Monday, September 09
Africa is really a paradise? There is a lot of things to do in Africa, and at the same time, there are also many risks with areas and countries with problems.