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[Vidéo] Anup Mudgal: “Mauritius is a low cost and more competitive jurisdiction”

The interests of Mauritius have been preserved. So have those of India. This is what the Indian High Commissioner told ION News during an interview on the newly renegotiated Double Tax Avoidance Treaty (DTAT) linking the two countries. Anup Mudgal stresses the fact that India is about to renegotiate its whole web of tax treaties with other countries, starting with the India-Singapore treaty which has a specific clause linking its fate to the India-Mauritius

[Interview] Bhadain évoque le nouveau traité Inde-Maurice, Heritage City et son avenir politique

Les critiques que lui adressent les opérateurs du secteur offshore. Pourquoi l’Etat utilise les milliards de dons de l’Inde pour construire Heritage City et non pas pour améliorer le réseau d’eau. Sa relation avec Pravind Jugnauth et son avenir à ses côtés. Roshi Bhadain a répondu aux questions d’ION News lors d’un entretien réalisé à son bureau jusqu’à tard, ce mercredi 11 mai. L’interview suit en trois parties. «L’intérêt du

[Economic ExpertSpeak] Oliver Hare: Mauritius global businesses uncertain over India tax treaty

Oliver Hare, CEO of Cim Global Business, spoke to AfricaMoney on how the global business sector in Mauritius is expected to continue to face challenges with the uncertainty over the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) with India. Our financial expert also noted that Cim does not set up structures which are just tax treaty driven but offers the full substance by assisting clients in finding a location, recruiting their employees,

India-bound FDI increasingly routed through Singapore instead of Mauritius

India-bound foreign direct investment (FDI) equity inflows routed through Mauritius from April 2013 to January 2014 were a mere USD 4,113 million compared to the corresponding period a year ago (April 2012 to January 2013) when they totaled USD 8,175 million. According to data released by the Indian Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), a major decline was registered in Mauritius-routed FDI to India till date in the current

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