Archive for the ‘Mauritius’ category
How we made it in Africa publisher Jaco Maritz shares his thoughts on Mauritius.
Sandee Teeroovengadum, operations and business development manager at real estate agency Davyland Properties, looks at five areas that hold potential for property investors in Mauritius.
Mauritius has again, for the fifth year in a row, finished on top of the Ibrahim Index of African Governance.
How we made it in Africa interviews Pick n Pay’s head of group enterprises, Dallas Langman, about the opportunities in Mauritius’ retail sector.
Mauritius is planning a range of reforms to boost growth after the country cut its growth target due to declining tourism revenues from the crisis-hit euro zone.
Mauritian manufacturing firms, especially those in the clothing and textiles sector, have carved out a niche for themselves in high-end, quality products.
South African restaurant group Famous Brands has laid the foundations for an extensive presence on the island of Mauritius.
Mauritius ranks 1st out of 53 African countries in the newly released Ibrahim Index, an assessment of governance on the continent.
As concerns around the pace of its economic recovery continue, Mauritius’ central bank has reduced its benchmark interest rate by one percentage point to 4.75%.
With its favourable tax regime and other business-friendly policies, Mauritius has over the years managed to attract a host of companies that use the island as a base for their foreign operations.
South African restaurant group Famous Brands has acquired the franchise agreements, trademarks and intellectual property of the Keg and McGinty’s brands.
Local and foreign investors have the opportunity to invest in Mauritius’ aquaculture and seafood sector.
The Mauritius Board of Investment (BOI) is inviting investors to invest in the country’s agriculture sector.
Mauritius-registered AfrAsia Bank today announced the start of an African regional expansion drive, with initial focus on South Africa.