How a small island nation became Africa’s business champion
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Mauritius has created an economy, government and business environment that outshines the rest of Africa. Now 50 years after independence, Mauritius’
After decades investing in Africa, Harry Sutherland put his money on Mauritius, which he says has the ingredients to become the Singapore of Africa.
CEO of Rogers Capital
As the lead transaction adviser for Mauritius’ first London Stock Exchange listing,
AXYS believes this moment is a crucial step to further
Alain Law Min
CEO of Mauritius Commercial Bank
Kee Chong LI KWONG WING
Chairman of SBM Group
“The biggest challenge Mauritius faces today is the attraction, development and retention of human capital”
Group CEO of IBL Ltd
Mauritius’ long-standing claim over the UK-held Chagos archipelago is gaining traction. A Mauritius win would open up over 60 islands for development.
Mauritius is tapping the economic power of its maritime territory to assist in busting through the middle-income trap.
With South Africa’s signature, the Tripartite Free Trade Area appears liklely to provide a transformative future for the continent. Mauritius is already
Mauritius is in the right place at the right time to capitalize on mounting trade and business between Africa and Asia.
Former CEO of MauBank
Chairman of the Mauritius Ports Authority
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade
Joseph Charles Cartier
Chairman of Economic Development Board of Mauritius
Michel Guy Rivalland
CEO of AXYS Group
Chairman of CrossInvest
CEO of International Economics Consulting Limited
CEO at Rogers Group
Anthony Leung Shing
Tax Leader at PwC Mauritius
Alain Gordon Gentil
Writer, journalist and film producer