Mauritius has signed a Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) on 4 February 2016 with Australia at the Treasury Building in Port Louis. The signatories were Ambassador Susan Coles from the Australian side and Mr Sateeaved Seebaluck, Secretary to Cabinet and Head of Civil Service, from the Mauritian side
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Government has taken note of developments in the setting up of a Mauritius Commodities Exchange, with the assistance of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC).
Achieving The Second Economic Miracle And Vision 2030- Prime Minister presents Economic Mission Statement
Creating 100,000 new jobs within the coming five years in 10 sectors of the economy through major investment projects to the tune of Rs183 billion and achieving an average growth rate of 5.5 per cent annually as from 2017.
The President of the Republic of Ghana, Mr John Dramani Mahama, accompanied by a strong delegation arrived in Mauritius this morning on a four-day State visit from 24 to 27 August 2015.
The small island nation of Mauritius continues to be one of the most economically successful and stable countries in Africa according to the Global Opportunity Index, which ranks the island first in Sub-Saharan Africa and 31st globally, as one of the economies that is most open to foreign investment, with the highest Ease of Doing Business score on the continent.