International Trade in Mauritius

International Trade in Mauritius

The Mauritian economy is among the strongest in sub-Saharan Africa. It resisted the world economic crisis well; however, its has seen a slowdown due to the decrease in external demand for textiles and tourism services. Reaching 2.5% in 2009, GDP growth rose again in 2010, reaching 3.6% and... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Mauritius

Economic Overview

The Mauritian economy is among the strongest in sub-Saharan Africa. It resisted the world economic crisis well; however, its has seen a slowdown due to the decrease in external demand for textiles and tourism services. Reaching 2.5% in 2009, GDP growth rose again in 2010, reaching 3.6% and should strenghten in 2011, driven by the world economic recovery and the stimulus measures taken by the government.

 

 

The island enjoys a stable political climate, a highly productive labor force and strong work ethics. However, its economy faces some challenges such as constant increase of salaries, an industry of  tourism already overflown and the need to decrease its customs duties. Facing the economic crisis, the authorities have recently announced a counter-cyclical package hoping to stimulate the economy, it is composed of a reduction in taxes, market liberalization and budgetary caution. The 2011 budget, which continues in the line of the previous one, is conservative. It is based on the diversification of the market towards Asia, increasing productivity and a fight against poverty.

The island of Mauritius has done a lot of progress in its campaign for social equality and

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