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Vacancy: Head of Compliance & Audit

The Economic Development Board (EDB) is a leading agency mandated by the Government to provide strong institutional support for strategic economic planning, promote Mauritius as an attractive investment and business centre, a competitive export platform as well as an international financial centre. It also acts as the main institution responsible for country branding, investment promotion and facilitates both inward and outward investment and fosters a conducive business environment.

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Mauritius National Budget Highlights 2018/2019

Dear Readers,

It is with much pleasure that the Economic Development Board is providing you with a special edition of its newsletter, which will focus on the main measures of the 2018/19 Budget presented this afternoon by Honourable Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Development. 

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Newsletter May 2018 - Pursuing Innovation & Excellence

Dear Readers,

Welcome to the May edition of the Economic Development Board’s newsletter.

This month provided us with yet another decisive occasion to mark our pursuit towards building the EDB into a strong, efficient and forward-looking institution.

Indeed, the Honourable Prime Minister unveiled our logo, one of the core elements of our corporate identity on 10th May 2018 as the apotheosis of a one-day seminar organised on the E- Licensing Project which is being driven by the EDB as an instrument to further improve the conduct of business in Mauritius.


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Press Release - The Mauritius IFC: Driving Quality Investments in Africa

In response to the article, ‘One Company’s Tax ‘Heaven’ Is Senegal’s Tax ‘Hell’, published on the 22nd of May 2018 by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).

The Economic Development Board of Mauritius (EDB), the apex organization mandated, inter alia, to promote and develop Mauritius as an international financial centre, raises strong objections to the various unfounded and factually incorrect references made about Mauritius in the above-mentioned article.

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Fostering economic and bilateral ties with Madagascar

In the margins of the First Session of the Joint Commission between the Republic of Mauritius and the Republic of Madagascar, the Economic Development Board organized an interactive working session with its Malagasy counterpart on the 16th May 2018.

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FDI inflows into the Mauritian Economy surges to MUR 14.2 billion in 2017

According to the latest statistics published by the Bank of Mauritius, FDI inflows into the Mauritian economy for period January to December 2017 witnessed an increase of  4.4 % as compared to the previous year.  FDI inflows to the tune of MUR 14.2 billion have been recorded for the four quarters of 2017 as compared to MUR 13.6 billion in 2016.

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