27 March 2015
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Friday, 27 March 2015 13:47

Real Estate: Creating new dynamism

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The announced measures for the real estate sector will have a direct impact on the construction industry which, since 2009, has taken a downward trend, declining to 6.1%, after a growth of 16% in 2007 and 11.6% in 2008.
Friday, 27 March 2015 13:45

IRS/RES review - Promoting mixed development

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The scheme will not differentiate between small and big landowners. The new regulations will spell out the parameters of the new scheme.
Friday, 27 March 2015 13:43

Smart Cities - Seven immediate projects

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Apart from Highlands, other smart cities and ‘technopoles’ are planned. Most will be undertaken by the private sector.
Friday, 27 March 2015 13:39

Tourism - Focus on air access

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Tourist arrivals crossed the one-million mark last year. Tourist markets have known wide diversifications with China and India being new emerging sources.
The financial services sector is poised to tap into Africa under the Africa Strategy. Our product offerings will include more value-added activities such as asset and fund management.
Friday, 27 March 2015 13:34

Boosting Entrepreneurship

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As expected, the Budget devotes a huge section to fostering entrepreneurship.
The 2015-2016 Budget was long overdue. 
Frankie Tang, economist, believes that most of the jobs will be created by SMEs. “Infrastructure developments are obviously not for soon and it will be a long term development.
Friday, 27 March 2015 13:21

Australian Cultural Week

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On the occasion of the Australian Week in Mauritius from 20 to 28 March 2015, the Australian Embassy is organising special events such as the Australian Food Day, screening of some Australian movies and an educational fair to promote diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The launching ceremony for the Youth Leadership Program took place on Saturday 21 February at St Esprit College. Several guests were present for the occasion, among others, Kathleen Fox, Public Affairs Officer from the U.S Embassy in Mauritius.
Justices  Saheeda Peeroo and Nirmala Devat sitting at the Supreme Court have last week set aside the application made by  Neerunjun Ramen
Anishah Aujayeb has been chosen to be part of a two-day roundtable organised by Amnesty International on ‘The State of Africa’s Youth in the Age of Africa Rising’ in South Africa. She highlights some main events of her life to the young readers of News On Sunday. 
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