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Friday, 07 November 2014 14:00

China’s Repressed SMEs

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Financial repression – government policies that create an environment of low or negative real interest rates, with the goal of generating cheap financing for public spending – has long been a key feature of Chinese economic policy. But, with funding costs for businesses trending up, this is finally starting to change.
Friday, 07 November 2014 14:00

Betraying Beliefs

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Did all political leaders not talk about critical mass of women in Parliament at Gender Links Symposium prior to the 2005 General Elections? Nine years have gone and the percentage of women in Parliament has remained nearly the same. A mere 1.8% increase : from 17% to 18.8% in the 2010 General Elections.
Holding a degree in Communication and Journalism, a Master’s in Human Resource Management and working towards a PhD in Business Administration, Arvina Ramlugun, 27, launched her social website www.moads.mu on 7 November 2014. What is this social platform all about?
Summer is here, guys. It is time to put your coats, jackets and cardigans back in the closet and get the summer look on. Change your wardrobe to stay cool and look hot in summer. Bright and sunny colours, flattering fabrics, trendy designs and styles – shops in Mauritius are gearing up for summer. Our local brands present a gamut of styles for this season…
Shreemati Shushma Swaraj, Indian Minister for External Affairs (Foreign Minister) in newly elected Narendra Modi’s BJP government, who when in opposition, having survived the Gujarat atrocities in 2002, whose blame was put on the shoulders of BJP, especially on Narendra Modi (allegations never proven) who was Gujarat Chief Minister at the time, is a well-bred and intelligent person, which explains why she is number 3 in Modi’s Government, who was invited for the commemoration of the arrival of Indentured Labourers in Mauritius held on 2nd November 2014. Unfortunately, PM Ramgoolam mistook the commemoration for a religious function.
Friday, 31 October 2014 14:00

Exams period : When family life takes a toll

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Exams are not only stressful for candidates but for their parents and siblings as well. However, when more than one child of the family has to sit in one of the ‘important’ exams, there is more than stress. The family’s lifestyle and habits encounter drastic changes. Three families share their experiences…
The electoral fever is on. This week, all the leaders of different parties have been campaigning in various constituencies. Issues included the Métro Léger, the Second republic, unemployment and poverty, among others. News on Sunday highlights the main arguments brandished this week.
Friday, 31 October 2014 14:00

Leaders ready for the battlefield

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As from next week, after the announcement of the election date, the Prime Minister is expected to be more present in his constituency (No. 5). According to political agents, Dr Ramgoolam “will begin to conduct meetings as from Wednesday November 5.”
The leaders of the Lepep alliance are holding meetings in various constituencies. The leader of the Alliance Lepep Sir Anerood Jugnauth held a congress in Carreau Laliane, in Constituency No. 15 on Monday night.
Friday, 31 October 2014 14:00

The first electoral violence

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A brawl broke out after the meeting in constituency No. 9. Sailesh Fowdar, known as a labour activist and a partisan of Minister Anil Bachoo was beaten by a group of “bouncers” who were also present at the congress.
The electoral campaign is likely to be officially launched next week. The issue of the writ of elections has been put on hold due to the scheduled visit of Sushma Swaraj, Minister of External Affairs of the Government of India in context of the 180th anniversary of the arrival of Indian indentured labourers.
Mauritius tops Africa’s Sub-Saharan economies and is ranked at the 28th position worldwide on Overall Ease of Doing Business, according to the World Bank group’s Doing Business 2015 Report entitled: Going Beyond Efficiency, launched on Wednesday. It should be noted that the ranking methodology has changed, and under the new system, Mauritius ranks 28th, which is equivalent to a ranking of between 15th to 18th under the old system.

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