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By Marc Hein
The annual conference of the Mauritius Branch of the International Fiscal Association (IFA) is being held on Thursday and Friday.
By Annabelle Ribet
It goes without saying that the economy depends upon the stable functioning of large corporations.
By Arshaad Goolamally
The Limited Liability Partnership Act 2016 (the "LLP Act") came into force in Mauritius on 3 January 2017 and introduces a new corporate structure in Mauritius; the Limited Liability Partnership (commonly known as LLP).
By Burty Francois, Ashwin Mudhoo
The key pieces of legislation governing the authorisation, marketing, sale and supply of pharmaceutical products in Mauritius are the Pharmacy Act 1983 and the Consumer Protection (Price and Supplies Control) Act of 1998.
By Ashwin Mudhoo
The Non-Citizen (Property) Restriction Act has recently been amended to remove some restrictions on the possibility for a non-citizen to acquire immovable property in Mauritius.
By Kervin Victor
The dismemberment of the British American Investment (BAI) Company, one of the largest conglomerates in Mauritius, is in its final phase.
By Kervin Victor
Of all the countries that trumpet themselves as the ‘Singapore of Africa', Mauritius probably has the strongest claim.
By Khemila Narraidoo
In the 50 years' history of the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA), it is the first time that ICCA has chosen an African country to host its congress.
By Juristconsult Chambers
The key pieces of legislation governing the authorisation, marketing, sale and supply of pharmaceutical products in Mauritius are the Pharmacy Act 1983 and the Consumer Protection (Price and Supplies Control) Act of 1998.
By Arvin Halkhoree
This is the precise question which the Supreme Court was recently called to adjudicate upon, sitting on appeal against a decision of the Intermediate Court .
By Juristconsult Chambers
Mauritius is a low tax jurisdiction with an investor-friendly environment to encourage both local and foreign companies to set up businesses.
By Juristconsult Chambers
Are there any restrictions or limitations with respect to exchange control? There are no restrictions on currency and capital exchange in Mauritius.
By Juristconsult Chambers
Regardless of whether it is a national or an international investor, the employer must show that the skills required of the expatriate are not available on the domestic labour market...
By Juristconsult Chambers
The attractiveness of Mauritius is enhanced by the fact that it offers a regulated business environment which is very conductive to investment and business growth.
By Juristconsult Chambers
Mauritius is a Republic governed by a parliamentary democracy with elections being held every five years, and is composed of an independent judiciary.
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