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Consensys, the Global Blockchain Specialist on a prospection visit to Mauritius

Consensys, one of the leaders in the development of Blockchain solutions, is on an investment prospection visit to Mauritius from  5th to 7th July. The Consensys delegation comprises  Mr.  Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum & Consensys, Mr. John Lilic, Director for Enterprise Business Technology Development, Strategy and Operations and  Mr.  Jeremy Millar, Chief of Staff at Consensys. The main objective of the visit is to educate key stakeholders with a view to positioning Mauritius as a blockchain hub.

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Mauritius National Budget Highlights 2017/2018


Dear Investors,

I am pleased to introduce the special edition of the Board of Investment’s newsletter focused on the 2017/18 Budget presented this afternoon by Honourable Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Economic Development.

The measures enunciated are grafted on those announced in last year’s budget, reflecting a continuation of the Government’s vision to ward off the middle-income trap through sustainable actions aimed at improving our productive capacity.

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World Investment Report 2017: Promising FDI prospects for Africa in 2017

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) launched the World Investment Report (WIR) 2017, entitled “Investment and the Digital Economy”, on 7th June 2017.

The World Investment Report 2017 states that India, China and the United States are the most prospective destinations for Foreign Direct Investment.

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Mauritius is the most peaceful and safest country in sub-Saharan Africa

The Global Peace Index 2017 ranks Mauritius as the most peaceful and safest country in sub-Saharan Africa. The study carried out by the Australian Institute for Economy and Peace ranks Mauritius as the 22nd most peaceful country in the world.

The eleventh edition of the Global Peace Index (GPI) ranks 163 independent states and territories according to their level of peacefulness based on 23 indicators such as violent crime, terrorism, state of relations with neighboring countries, political stability, corruption, human rights and the rule of law.

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