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From a mono-crop economy, resting on the cultivation of sugar cane, Mauritius has successfully transformed itself into a robust, diversified, innovative and knowledge-driven economy. The government is fostering a conducive business environment to strengthen the island's position as a leading investment destination.

First
World Bank Doing Business 2020
1st
in Africa
First
Ibrahim Index of African Governance
1st
in Africa
First
12050 $
Per Capita GNI
First
2.3 M Km²
Exclusive Economic Zone

Testimonials

Renaud Azema
Franchise & General Manager
Vatel Mauritius

Mauritius, an island nation, has a strategy to attract outside investment…. they are shifting their priorities and are building the island as a business hub and offering more business services to East African countries

Renaud Azema
Franchise & General Manager
Vatel Mauritius

Vatel decided to open a school in Mauritius in 2009 for two reasons. First, because of the worldwide recognition of the Mauritian hospitality industry. Secondly, because of the government’s vision to develop Mauritius as a knowledge hub. After 6 years of operation, our strategy, well supported by EDB, has been successful.

James Zhan
Director
UNCTAD’s Investment and Enterprise Division

Mauritius, an island nation, has a strategy to attract outside investment…. they are shifting their priorities and are building the island as a business hub and offering more business services to East African countries

Fred Sisson
Chief Executive Officer
Synnove Energy

Our experience here in Mauritius has been very positive. Mauritius offered us a safe and transparent legal platform for growing our business while also providing access to talented and energetic staff members. Mauritius has shown a strong commitment to helping us as we reach out into the SADC nations.

Yves Bernaert
Senior Executive
Accenture Global Delivery Network

Mauritius, an island nation, has a strategy to attract outside investment…. they are shifting their priorities and are building the island as a business hub and offering more business services to East African countries