31 Mar '14, 9am

Mauritius Holds Top Spot as an Investment Hub for Sub-Saharan Africa

Mauritius Holds Top Spot as an Investment Hub for Sub-Saharan Africa

The island nation of Mauritius is now being considered a "Safe and Reliable Investment Hub," due to its good governance and social, political, ethical and economic stability. Its current status has also landed it the top spot in the World Bank's Doing Business Report 2013 for Sub-Saharan Africa. Both individual and corporate foreign investors are being drawn to the country for many reasons, including a qualified workforce, strategic geographical location, free zones, free ports, and a favorable and fair taxation system. Other factors include a qualified workforce, free-trade economy, and its strategic geographical location. But one of the top reasons why Mauritius is becoming so popular in attracting this foreign investment is the fact that the island is at the forefront of tax-friendly countries. Click here for the full story on JustLuxe .

Full article: http://www.luxury-insider.com/luxury-news/2014/03/mauriti...

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