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Last week, on June 24th, the Temple Consulting Ltd, in cooperation with Global Finance Mauritius (GFM), launched a series of FATCA support tools for the industry. The director of Temple Consulting Ltd, Sarika Sudhan provides a comprehensive understanding of the FATCA flowchart.
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Friday, 17 May 2013 07:03

Investigations and transparency

It is good that the spokespersons of the main ruling party reassured the public on Saturday 11 May during a press conference that there will be no interference in the police investigation regarding the accident (now an incident) involving the Attorney General Yatin Varma.
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The so-called regional colleges now start to be in the limelight. A tertiary education revolution has begun with the launch of an ‘Open University’. In this era of the Internet, what will be the socio-political meaning of this development in the years to come?
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Last week, the news focus was the verdict of Justice Balancy and the publication of HSC results. The Balancy judgment advocates the primacy of the constitutional right to freedom of speech over privacy, in matters relating to public interest. The HSC results highlighted the good performance of ‘regional’ colleges and showed that there is no fatality in education.
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Friday, 01 February 2013 09:45

Revolution for Transparency

In its latest edition, Le Défi Plus revealed the names of a few big companies of the country that have contributed millions of rupees to the coffers of the main political parties during the past fiscal year.
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Transparency International a rendu public, ce mercredi 5 décembre, son rapport sur l’indice de perception de la corruption pour l’année 2012. Maurice progresse de trois places dans ce classement. Notre pays est classé en 43e position dans le monde et occupe la 3e place en Afrique avec un score de 57 points.

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Friday, 04 May 2012 13:00

Business and transparency

As expected, all means were used for Labour Day political rallies, which will determine the future of some of our political leaders or their party. As usual, business and morality, political and private, were at the forefront, in the absence of debates on socio-economic issues affecting the everyday concerns of citizens.
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