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Le Salon de l'Immobilier, 13th to 15th October 2017, Carrousel Du Louvre, Paris

The Board of Investment (BOI) is participating in the Salon De L’Immobilier Paris from13th to 15th October 2017 at Carrousel Du Louvre, Paris.

The Salon National De L’Immobilier is the venue for potential homebuyers to hunt for their property. It is the biggest gathering of local and international residential developers under one roof. It is also the ideal platform for investors to gain a complete overview of the real estate market and source new investment opportunities.

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Mauritius Cinema Week - 5th to 8th October 2017, Mauritius

To mark the 50th anniversary of the independence of Mauritius, the inaugural edition of the Mauritius Cinema week will be organised  from 5th to 8th October 2017. The Festival will showcase international films about freedom and independence.   The event will see the participation of high-profile celebrities from  Hollywood, Bollywood, China and EU film industries. 

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Investment Promotion Mission to France – 7th to 15th September 2017

As part of its investment promotion plan to attract high value-added manufacturing activities, the Board of Investment (BoI) will conduct an investment promotion mission in France from 7th  to 15th  September 2017 with a focus on the sector of jewellery, medical devices, precision engineering and technical textiles. The first leg of the mission will comprise a joint participation with Enterprise Mauritius in the international jewelry exhibition, Bijorhca Paris, whereas the second leg will consist of prospecting targeted companies operating in specialized regional industrial clusters.


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Africa Downunder Conference, 6th to 8th September 2017, Perth, Western Australia

The Board of Investment is participating in the Africa Downunder Conference which will be held from 6th to 8th September 2017, at the Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth, Western Australia. It is expected that the conference will attract around 1,000 delegates with the strong support from African and Australian Government officials. The 2017 edition of Africa Downunder Conference will feature in-depth discussions on key topics such as infrastructure and project financing, security on the continent and will address the complexities of African mining as well as raise awareness regarding opportunities throughout Africa. 

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Benchmarking visit in Mauritius – 19th to 22nd September 2017

The Board of Investment is welcoming a delegation from the International Network of Francophone Investment Promotion Agencies (RIAFPI), the Ivorian Federation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (FI-PME) and the Guinée Business Forum for a benchmarking visit in Mauritius from 19th to 22nd September 2017.

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World Aquaculture 2017, from 26th to 30th June 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa

Promotion of Mauritius as a high-standard platform for sustainable aquaculture 

The Board of Investment will lead a delegation consisting of private sector operators to the World Aquaculture Conference in view of further consolidating the Mauritian aquaculture ecosystem.  The World Aquaculture Society takes its annual conference to Africa for the first time. The spotlight will be on the potential of aquaculture to support economic development and attract investment in the world’s second fastest growing regional economy. 

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Presentation of the National Budget 2017/2018 on 8th June 2017

The Prime Minister will present the National Budget 2017/2018 on Thursday 8th June 2017.

The budget will be anchored in Government’s Vision 2030 with a thrust on the unfolding of the New Era of Development. However, events on the international scene will have a bearing on its orientation, for instance policy changes in the US and  elections in Europe, while the resurgence of protectionism seems to aggravate uncertainties for the global economy. Brexit constitutes a major uncertainty. Moreover, rising oil prices would exert significant pressure on the domestic economy, in particular on the balance of payments and price level.

 

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