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Double Taxation Avoidance (DTA) and CEPCA

Speaking on the India-Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Convention, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reassures Mauritius, and global investors in general, that nothing will be done to harm Mauritius as a credible and trusted financial centre.

PORT LOUIS: India-Mauritius DTAA

During his two-day visit in Mauritius, Indian Prime Minister, His Excellency Narendra Modi, said the following regarding the India-Mauritius Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement:

"Over the past few years, we have discussed revision of Double Taxation Avoidance Convention. This is based on our shared objective of preventing abuse of the Convention, while enabling Mauritius to benefit fully from this arrangement. We have agreed to continue this discussion," PM Narendra Modi said.

Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) meets with Board of Investment

The Board of Investment received the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Business Delegation to Mauritius this morning, Wednesday 11 March 2015. The delegation, comprising 13 delegates, are in Mauritius from 10-12 March 2015, to coincide with Sri Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India’s official visit to Mauritius as Chief Guest for National Day Celebrations on 12 March 2015.

Latest net foreign assets data

The latest data released by the Mauritius central bank bears testimony to the increasing role that Mauritius plays as a leading jurisdiction for doing business internationally, and of the soundness of the financial system; the data shows that the net foreign assets of Mauritius are to the tune of Rs 122.1 billion (USD 3.7b), and that shares and other equity are to the level of Rs 17.4 billion (USD 567m). For more, click here.

Partnership Mauritius-Belgium

The Board of Investment (BOI) organized this Tuesday, 24th February  2015, a Business-Forum Mauritius-Belgium and a joint working session with AWEX (Walloon Export and Foreign Investment Agency) and Enterprise Mauritius.