Attributes of Mauritius that shows the benefits of doing business in Mauritius
There are many benefits of doing business in Mauritius. Mauritius is recognised as a unique investment destination for investors. Investors has the benefits of no capital gains tax, no with holding tax, no capital duty on issued capital, confidentiality of company information, exchange liberalisation and free repatriation of profits and capital. These attributes qualify Mauritius as a first choice for investors.
In addition, Mauritius is a treaty based jurisdiction with a substantial network of double taxation avoidance treaties and investment promotion and protection agreements. Furthermore, Mauritius is known as an International Arbitration Centre. The International Arbitration Act offers the incorporation of arbitration clauses in the constitution of Global Business companies based in Mauritius.
A recent article by Javed Niamut and Padmini Bheekharry on Monaq.com has underlined the attributes that make Mauritius a unique investment destination. In their article they also discuss the key growth sectors and market opportunities of the last twelve months. Thirdly they look at exchange controls that affect the flow of capital in Mauritius. In conclusion, they offer advice to prospective investors interested in Mauritius. This is a great article full of insight for investors. Click here to view the full article.
Niamut & Bheekharry remarks that the open and business friendly economy of Mauritius combined with its modern infrastructures makes it an attractive place for investors. According to them it is possible to set up a new business and be operational within 3 working days.
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Source: Article by Javed Niamut and Padmini Bheekharry titled Mauritius: Doing Business ILFR on Monaq.com