Investing in Mauritius

The island nation aims to reinvent itself as a hub for global investors in Africa, with both China and India as its key partners. We look into Mauritius’ focus on cross-border banking, the problematic question of the tax benefits it offers, tourism, environmental risks and the sugarcane and rum industry

Indian Ocean island aspires to be trade and investment hub for Africa

Despite concerns, the financial system is judged to be sound

Relations with Asian giants are central to development plans

Action required to deal with global warming and natural hazards

Industry faces ‘challenges’, including how to entice visitors to spend more

OECD says island must not base future on leaching tax revenue from African neighbours

A journey down any country road shows cane still hugely important to economy

Changes to European sugar quotas give distilleries taste for global markets