02 October 2014
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In the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015, out last week, Mauritius scores only 4.5 points out of 7 and ranks 51st out of 144 countries at the section on ‘Reliability of police services’. Is this only a perception or the reality?
Friday, 19 September 2014 14:00

Rs 15 m expenditure on education and training

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Statistics Mauritius issued on Thursday Education statistics for the year 2014. Government expenditure on education and training was estimated at about Rs 15,371 million, representing 13.5% of total expenditure.
Friday, 19 September 2014 14:00

Dr Jack Keel and Mr Hiding : Keeping SSR alive

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DR JACK KEEL: It was Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam’s 114th birth anniversary this week.
MR HIDING: Quite right!  The father of the Nation needs to be remembered.
Magistrate Neeshal K. Jugnauth sitting at the District Court of Port Louis 2nd Division has last week acquitted Vassoodeven Munisami who stood charge with the offence of insult in breach of the Criminal Code Act. The accused pleaded not guilty to the charge and was not assisted by counsel at his trial.
Qualifying debarred barrister Dev Hurnam as a recidivist is not defamatory, ruled the Supreme Court in a ruling pronounced by Justice Saheda Peeroo last week.
Every year, the students of Fine Arts of the Mahatma Gandhi Institute hold an exhibition to display their talent.
Friday, 19 September 2014 14:00

Ramgoolam expands DTA networks

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To make Mauritius a premier financial hub for Africa and promote greater cross-border investment and trade, the government is expanding its network of Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements and Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements.
A two-day workshop was held at the Voilà Hotel on the theme “Success Psychology” which mainly focused on the relevance of psychology at the workplace.
The 12th edition of the Entrepreneur of the Year - Tecoma Award - was launched on Tuesday 16 September. Five leading CEOs have been nominated: Aisha Allee from Blast Communications, Vincent d’Unienville from Keystone, Ravi Jetshan from Ravior, Christian Regnard from Associated Textiles and Lawrence Wong from La Trobe. The grand award ceremony will take place on 17 October at Vivea Business Park, St Pierre. 
Friday, 19 September 2014 14:00

Imported products are more at risk Featured

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The Bank of Mauritius carried out its 24th Inflation Expectations Survey in August 2014. Out of the 50 stakeholders chosen from the financial and real sectors of the economy, in relation to movement of prices over the next 12 months, 82 % of respondents expected prices to go up. Which products are expected to incur increase in prices? What are the implications of inflation for an economy? News on Sunday brings an overview.
The company ‘Les Moulins de la Concorde Ltée (LMLC)’, a member of Food & Allied Industries Ltd, is celebrating 25 years of success.  It’s a silver jubilee of renewed trust from its customers, shareholders and financial service providers, suppliers, employees and the general population.
Mauritius has a long way to go when it comes to leadership.  According to Chee-Peng, founder of Team SYNthesis, Mauritius has the ability to produce good leaders in every organisation.  It is just a matter of opportunities and exposure. 

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