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[Vidéo] La MCCI Business School offre six bourses destinées aux étudiants en BTS

Les inscriptions sont ouvertes. La Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) Business School offre six bourses pour des études menant à un brevet de technicien supérieur. Cette bourse de Rs 250 000 couvre la totalité des frais de scolarité des deux années d’études. Les filières concernées sont : gestion PME, communication, management des unités commerciales et services informatique aux organisations. Les candidats doivent avoir très bien travaillé aux examens du Higher

Ganesh Ramalingum: “The government must not only fix what is wrong, but also build what is right”

Mauritius Business Minister Jim Seetaram noted that the SME sector is increasingly being recognized as one of economic powerhouses for the island economy, providing employment to as much as 54% of the total working population. Speaking on the occasion of the 165th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Mauritius Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCI), Seetaram went on to state that the estimated share of SME businesses towards the Mauritian GDP

[Financial ExpertSpeak] ICT sector to power growth of Mauritian economy: Ganesh Ramalingum

Ganesh Ramalingum, President of the Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI), continued his interview to AfricaMoney with insights into the growth of the information and communications technology space in Mauritius. Our financial expert stressed that ICT, Financial Services and the Fisheries sectors are expected to power the growth of the island economy in 2014. Your views on the growth of entrepreneurship in Mauritius and the potential of the SME

[Financial ExpertSpeak] Unemployment to rise if business confidence fails to go up: Ganesh Ramalingum

The President of the Mauritius Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) spoke to AfricaMoney on the need to encourage private sector investment to reverse the trend of declining business confidence among Mauritian enterprises. Our financial expert cautioned against rising unemployment in view of plummeting business confidence in Mauritius. Any comments on how Mauritius can leverage its status as the gateway to Africa to its advantage? Mauritius is in a unique

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