Mauritius Set to Host Finance, Investment Week in Dubai

Investment opportunities in various sectors of activity that Mauritius offers will be explored during business forums and panel discussions at the Mauritius Finance and Investment Week from December 5 to 9.

This will be hosted by the Economic Development Board (EDB) of Mauritius, under the patronage of the Government of Mauritius at Waldorf Astoria Dubai International Financial Centre as part of Expo 2020 Dubai. The event will see industry experts explaining why Mauritius is an international financial centre of choice and excellence.

Over the years, Mauritius has crafted a strong growth-oriented development path, making it one of the highest per capita income countries in Africa.

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The development strategy, built on a combination of political stability, a strong institutional framework, favourable regulatory environment and open trade policies, has gradually transformed Mauritius from a monocrop economy dependent on sugarcane farming, into a competitive, well-diversified and broad-based economy.

Commenting on the event, Chief Executive Officer of the Economic Development Board of Mauritius, Ken Poonoosamy stated that Mauritius is amongst the top 15 countries in the world for doing business; this acknowledgement by international organisations confirm that the country remains a competitive and attractive jurisdiction for the international investors community.”

Poonoosamy will also deliver the introductory remarks on all of the event days.

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