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  • 31 Mar 2014
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 213
While the term ‘green economy’ has been widely used at the international level, very little information exists about what the concept looks like in practice. What are the policies required? What are the challenges of implementation at national ...
  • 01 Mar 2009
  • Percy S. Mistry, Nikhil Treebhoohun
  • Pages: 202
How can developing country governments seek to initiate the economic transformation that so many desire?For many countries the dramatic shift from low to high added-value activities will involve the export of tradeable services, particularly...
Mauritius is touted as one of the economic success stories of Africa. It has demonstrated an impressive growth record largely due to trade-led development (Zafar 2011). In 2013, Mauritius overtook South Africa to become the most economically...
Sustainable development is now firmly established as the dominant development paradigm around the world. The growing general scientific consensus on the effects of heavy industrialisation and economic growth on global warming, in particular, is ...
This chapter consists of five parts aimed at providing a picture of the development of the IT sector in Mauritius from its inception. It starts with an overview of the process of moving the economy towards a knowledge-based economy and then explains ...
The international financial services (IFS) industry in Mauritius was based conceptually on the export processing zone (EPZ), which was established in 1970 with tax concessions and exemptions, an export orientation and prohibitions on domestic market...
The export of information and communications technology (ICT) services ? including business process outsourcing (BPO) and information technology enabled services (ITES) ? is the fastest growing industry in Mauritius. ICT, BPO and ITES are...
Healthcare services outsourcing?, ?healthcare exports? and ?medical tourism? are widely recognised terms used interchangeably. They embrace different activities, varying from simple medical transcription, to healthcare-related BPO (such as payroll,...
This book describes the growth pattern of a small island economy that has over the last four decades transformed itself from a poor, mono-crop sugar economy, to a diversified services economy and become a middle-income country, overcoming the...
Chapters 3 to 6 have highlighted the potential that exists for Mauritius to export financial services, ICT services, healthcare services and education services. The four symposia held in January and April 2008 covered these four sectors, which have...
Global demand for knowledge-intensive services sectors (finance, business services, education and healthcare) is growing at breakneck speed; they face less competition than manufacturing from low-cost countries and suffer less than manufacturing from...
In an increasingly knowledge-intensive, knowledge-dependent world, global human resource development (HRD) exports in vocational and tertiary education (VTE) and professional training are pervasive and large. At present, such exports are dominated by...
Mauritius is an island of 1,865 km2 situated in the South West Indian Ocean, far from its major markets and suppliers. Inhabited only since the 18th century, the island was a French colony for almost a century until conquest by the British in 1810...
Mauritius is a middle-income African island state located in the Indian Ocean. In 2005, it had a real per capita GDP (PPP-adjusted) of US$11,141 and a population of about 1.2 million. Its average annual GDP growth rate during the 1990s was over 5 per...
After five years of Mauritius’ passing new laws, creating new regulatory and investigatory agencies (i.e. the Financial Services Commission [FSC], the Financial Intelligence Unit [FIU] and the Independent Commission against Corruption [ICAC]) and...
The intellectual origins of the international financial services (IFS) industry in Mauritius are perhaps traceable to 1972 when the Export Processing Zone (EPZ) was established with tax concessions and exemptions, an export orientation and...
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