28 August 2015
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Finance Minister Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo met with his Singaporean counterpart, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, on Monday to discuss economic cooperation between the two countries.
A graduate of the University of Birmingham (UK), Juneid Kodabux has a keen interest in the corporate sector. “Initially, I wanted to become an accountant like my father. It was at that time that the foundations of the offshore sector had been laid. I realised that it was possible to ally my passion for finance with law and that is how my journey to become a corporate lawyer started,” he explains. Barrister involved in both the corporate and litigation (civil and criminal) fields in Mauritius, Juneid Kodabux trusts that the corporate sector in Mauritius has a bright future.  Launching his own practice, the corporate lawyer is a member of the Mauritius Bar since September 2009.
The guru in leadership, Dr. Dave Ulrich, will conduct a workshop on the theme “Strategy, Talent and Leadership for Growth” on 3 September 2015 at the Trianon Convention Centre.
Fortis Darné Clinic can now procure blood products on site thanks to its new Control Unit and blood storage. One of the few services of its kind operating in the private healthcare service in Mauritius, this Blood Storage Facility allows the Fortis establishment, found at Floreal, to be more autonomous and thus speed up the procedures for transfusion.
Large foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have voiced concerns before Indian capital market regulator Sebi about the fate of the tax avoidance treaty with Mauritius which is currently being renegotiated between the two governments. The Indian newspaper Economic Times reported in its online edition.
On Saturday, the Prime Minister Sir Anerood Jugnauth will unveil the Vision 2030 blueprint. This government programme is expected to chart the way forward for renewed economic dynamism following years of stagnation. It is believed that the measures to be announced will help in creating a “second economic miracle,” as promised by the government.
24-year-old Mary Jane has launched Yarn Handicraft three years ago. Turning a traditional craft into a modern profession was a real challenge for her. Who would believe that a young lady would take up knitting these days? Mary Jane, however, claims that this trade has potential.
Friday, 21 August 2015 14:00

Oil’s New Normal

Oil prices have been heading south again, with a barrel of US crude recently falling below $42 – the lowest level since March 2009, the nadir of the global financial crisis. And, while last year’s sharp price drop was heavily influenced by two large supply shocks, the current decline also has an important demand dimension.
Friday, 21 August 2015 14:00

The Great Emerging-Market Bubble

Something has gone badly wrong in the emerging economies that were supposed to be taking shape, even dominating, the future of the world. The search for culprits is under way: commodity prices, fracking, US interest rates, El Nino, China, these and others lead the field. But the answer is simpler and more traditional. It is politics.
Friday, 21 August 2015 14:00

Mauritius from the air

If you ever had any doubt about the beauty of Mauritius, try seeing it from the air. The bird-eye’s view of the island is simply breathtaking. You must have travelled through the country by car or bus. But, just imagine seeing it from above. How exciting and fascinating! Let’s discover our paradise island from up in the air.
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