Budget 2018-2019 lays emphasis on the opening up of the Mauritian economy and the country to the rest of the world in line with the vision of Government as regards the Transformative Journey of Mauritius to become a high income country.
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According to the latest statistics published by the Bank of Mauritius, FDI inflows into the Mauritian economy for period January to December 2017 witnessed an increase of 4.4 % as compared to the previous year. FDI inflows to the tune of MUR 14.2 billion have been recorded for the four quarters of 2017 as compared to MUR 13.6 billion in 2016.
In response to the article, ‘One Company’s Tax ‘Heaven’ Is Senegal’s Tax ‘Hell’, published on the 22nd of May 2018 by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
The Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2018: Mauritius is the most talent competitive country in Sub-Saharan Africa
The Global Talent Competitiveness Index 2018 entitled “Diversity for Competitiveness” which has been recently released by Insead Business School ranks Mauritius 46th globally out of 119 countries. Mauritius has secured the first position as Sub-Saharan Africa`s brightest destination for attracting, developing, growing and retaining talents.
The presence of President of the Republic of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, during this landmark moment in the history of Mauritius bears testimony to the unique, privileged and special bond between the two countries, a bond that goes beyond government-to-government interaction, to the heart of our people who take pride in the shared heritage and ancestry.