28 August 2015
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In an increasingly globalised world, small and medium enterprises have to struggle to survive in the midst of more intense competition from emerging countries. The battle becomes even more daunting with trade liberalisation. Modernisation and innovation are a must for survival. Bakar Lakhi, Director of Afribrains Ltd, offers some tips to entrepreneurs.
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Friday, 05 June 2015 14:00

Moody’s forecast : Growth at 3.6%

In a report released this week, international rating agency Moody’s has maintained the country’s Baa1 status which is a medium grade rating. Meanwhile, the agency expects economic growth to hover around 3.6% for both 2015 and 2016.
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FINANCE MINISTER Xavier-Luc Duval reiterated on Monday that his priority is to sustain economic growth. According to him, the local economy continues to remain fragile given that our main export market, Europe, representing over 60% of our exports, is expected to continue in recession.
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The National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Institute of Productivity (UK) on Thursday 29 November 2012 at the NPCC head office in Ebène.
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Today, Port Louis enjoys a world wide reputation. It has a modern port with all relevant infrastructures equipped with modern technology capable of handling hundreds of ships and even tankers.
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Friday, 02 December 2011 14:39

Chocolate – Fuelled Growth

As an African, my dream for the next decade is to see the continent producing and selling chocolate to 300 million Chinese, instead of exporting raw commodities like cocoa. Several weeks ago, at the China-Africa Symposium in Xiamen, China, I tested this vision on the audience, and the 2,000-plus delegates joined in resounding applause.
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