Mauritius is one of the world’s top 20 countries with which to do business.
In 2010 Mauritius landed more than $450 million in direct foreign investment. The GDP of Mauritius has grown at an average of 5% for the past 10 years. The tax rate for both individuals and business is a flat 15%. Mauritius has no trade barriers, no exchange controls, no quotas or capital gains tax. Mauritius also has double-tax avoidance agreements with almost 40 countries.
Mauritius focuses on finance, textiles, and technology. In 2008 Mauritius introduced the Integrated Resort Scheme and Real Estate Scheme which encourages foreigners to buy property in certain areas. This gives foreigners the right to freehold property, residency, business rights and even citizenship.
There is a no tax agreement with India. Mauritius has trade agreements within the SADC and Comesa which allows for duty-free exports to the member countries, including South Africa (SADC) and Egypt (Comesa).
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