Doing business in Mauritius
The global business segment of the Mauritius International Financial Centre provides convenience, fiscal efficiency and risk mitigation for companies engaged in international operations.
The emergence and steady growth of the global business sector has been achieved through the setting up of necessary fiscal incentives, and flexible regulatory and legislative framework. Mauritius also benefitted from its strategic location and asserted itself as a gateway to Asia and Africa.
Download our guide to doing business in Mauritius, which covers:
- Country overview
- Business vehicles/structures for doing business
- Business rights and regulatory environment
- Corporate governance
- Banking and finance
- Investment regulation
- Dispute resolution
- Exiting an investment
This article forms part of Doing Business in Africa: