Mauritius offers secure gateway to Africa

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At the heart of the Indian Ocean, the Republic of Mauritius stands as a sovereign and independent state. Its political stability is guaranteed by a parliamentary democracy based on Westminster model.

Since independence in 1968, Mauritius has developed from an agriculture-based economy to one that is strong and diversified, with growing industrial, financial and tourism sectors.

Gilles Athaw
Gilles Athaw

An ideal time zone (+4 GMT, two hours ahead of East Africa and four hours ahead of West Africa), efficient telecommunication system (connected to SAFE fibre optic network), availability of a highly qualified labour force (bilingual in English and French), a modern legal and banking system and a classification in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) White List, all contribute in positioning Mauritius as an attractive, secure and competitive platform for cross-border investments.

Mauritius is regarded as a stepping stone for investments into Africa. China recently chose Mauritius as one of its African hubs and plans to invest US$750 million in the next seven years.

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Gilles Athaw is a director and founding member of C&A Law in Mauritius. He can be contacted on +230 466 0500 or by email at gilles.athaw@calaw.mu

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