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Mauritius

About Mauritius & Doing Business in Mauritius

Mauritius has the highest adult literacy rate for the whole of Africa as a result of free education at primary and secondary school level. This highly disciplined and educated workforce is also equally fluent in English and French, while many also speak a third international language: Hindi, Mandarin, Urdu and a host of European languages. The workforce is young, 29.2% being aged less than 30 and business spirited, innovative thinking and open to the world.

Mauritius has a smart brand of fine professionals, most of who qualified from internationally recognized institutions and/or world class professional bodies: chartered accountants, financial analysts, corporate lawyers, tax specialists, business consultants, IT engineers, architects. Recently, the Government of Mauritius enacted legislation encouraging foreign professionals to set up in the country.

The Mauritian economy is one of the fastest growing in sub-Saharan Africa. In just three decades, the country has moved from a mono-crop sugar-dominated economy to being services oriented. The tertiary sector currently accounts for 70% of GDP, a fair indication of our impressive track record.
While traditional growth sectors like tourism and manufacturing continue to be strong, many other opportunities have arisen in emerging sectors with the potential to become tomorrow’s economic pillars of a regional powerhouse. This rapid transition to a mature economy, one of just two in Africa to have graduated to middle-income status, comes as a promising result of sound economic management coupled with a vision to succeed shared between the government, the business community and civil society at large.

Mauritian traditional investors are also very receptive to partnering with their international counterparts. An increasing number of joint ventures are being witnessed today, in the traditionally strong sectors as well as in a growing number of innovation-driven emerging sectors.

Mauritius has a well developed network of internal and external communications. An extensive and well maintained road infrastructure; a modern and efficient port capable of berthing vessels up to 100 metres; a web of sea links and direct air connections with several cities around the world; high band fibre cable connectivity; a reliable fixed and mobile telephone network; express courier service providers and freight forwarders; fully serviced business and industrial parks; a free port; well equipped and comfortable offices.
The Government has ensured doing business in and from Mauritius is both easy and smooth and complies with best practices in terms of transparency, good governance and ethics.

Important Links

The Board of Investment – http://www.investmauritius.com/
Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry – http://www.mcci.org/
Empretec Mauritius – www.EmpretecMauritius.org
Government of Mauritius – http://www.gov.mu
Central Statistics Office of Mauritius – http://www.gov.mu/portal/site/cso

Group Profile

GMI CAPITAL PARTNERS

GMI Capital Partners is a group of companies originating back in 1998 and since then has an unstinted path of growth in different sector of activities. We have brought prosperity to our investors, security to our employees, improved the competitiveness of our clients and provided constant supports to our business partners. We will follow this path leading to excellence in business growth and development in Mauritius and the African region with the following core services:

• Training & Consultancy
• Regional Integration & Business Facilitation
• Business Process Outsourcing
• Property Development & Assets Management
• Trade & Regional Development

Companies forming part of the GMI Group Capital Partners are:
• EMS Consulting
• ASM Investments Ltd.
• Ashtrade Services Ltd.
• ArtCom Outsourcing

Mauritius

About Mauritius & Doing Business in Mauritius

Mauritius has the highest adult literacy rate for the whole of Africa as a result of free education at primary and secondary school level. This highly disciplined and educated workforce is also equally fluent in English and French, while many also speak a third international language: Hindi, Mandarin, Urdu and a host of European languages. The workforce is young, 29.2% being aged less than 30 and business spirited, innovative thinking and open to the world.

Mauritius has a smart brand of fine professionals, most of who qualified from internationally recognized institutions and/or world class professional bodies: chartered accountants, financial analysts, corporate lawyers, tax specialists, business consultants, IT engineers, architects. Recently, the Government of Mauritius enacted legislation encouraging foreign professionals to set up in the country.

The Mauritian economy is one of the fastest growing in sub-Saharan Africa. In just three decades, the country has moved from a mono-crop sugar-dominated economy to being services oriented. The tertiary sector currently accounts for 70% of GDP, a fair indication of our impressive track record.
While traditional growth sectors like tourism and manufacturing continue to be strong, many other opportunities have arisen in emerging sectors with the potential to become tomorrow’s economic pillars of a regional powerhouse. This rapid transition to a mature economy, one of just two in Africa to have graduated to middle-income status, comes as a promising result of sound economic management coupled with a vision to succeed shared between the government, the business community and civil society at large.

Mauritian traditional investors are also very receptive to partnering with their international counterparts. An increasing number of joint ventures are being witnessed today, in the traditionally strong sectors as well as in a growing number of innovation-driven emerging sectors.

Mauritius has a well developed network of internal and external communications. An extensive and well maintained road infrastructure; a modern and efficient port capable of berthing vessels up to 100 metres; a web of sea links and direct air connections with several cities around the world; high band fibre cable connectivity; a reliable fixed and mobile telephone network; express courier service providers and freight forwarders; fully serviced business and industrial parks; a free port; well equipped and comfortable offices.
The Government has ensured doing business in and from Mauritius is both easy and smooth and complies with best practices in terms of transparency, good governance and ethics.

Important Links

The Board of Investment – http://www.investmauritius.com/
Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry – http://www.mcci.org/
Empretec Mauritius – www.EmpretecMauritius.org
Government of Mauritius – http://www.gov.mu
Central Statistics Office of Mauritius – http://www.gov.mu/portal/site/cso

Group Profile

GMI CAPITAL PARTNERS

GMI Capital Partners is a group of companies originating back in 1998 and since then has an unstinted path of growth in different sector of activities. We have brought prosperity to our investors, security to our employees, improved the competitiveness of our clients and provided constant supports to our business partners. We will follow this path leading to excellence in business growth and development in Mauritius and the African region with the following core services:

• Training & Consultancy
• Regional Integration & Business Facilitation
• Business Process Outsourcing
• Property Development & Assets Management
• Trade & Regional Development

Companies forming part of the GMI Group Capital Partners are:
• EMS Consulting
• ASM Investments Ltd.
• Ashtrade Services Ltd.
• ArtCom Outsourcing

Mauritius

About Mauritius & Doing Business in Mauritius

Mauritius has the highest adult literacy rate for the whole of Africa as a result of free education at primary and secondary school level. This highly disciplined and educated workforce is also equally fluent in English and French, while many also speak a third international language: Hindi, Mandarin, Urdu and a host of European languages. The workforce is young, 29.2% being aged less than 30 and business spirited, innovative thinking and open to the world.

Mauritius has a smart brand of fine professionals, most of who qualified from internationally recognized institutions and/or world class professional bodies: chartered accountants, financial analysts, corporate lawyers, tax specialists, business consultants, IT engineers, architects. Recently, the Government of Mauritius enacted legislation encouraging foreign professionals to set up in the country.

The Mauritian economy is one of the fastest growing in sub-Saharan Africa. In just three decades, the country has moved from a mono-crop sugar-dominated economy to being services oriented. The tertiary sector currently accounts for 70% of GDP, a fair indication of our impressive track record.
While traditional growth sectors like tourism and manufacturing continue to be strong, many other opportunities have arisen in emerging sectors with the potential to become tomorrow’s economic pillars of a regional powerhouse. This rapid transition to a mature economy, one of just two in Africa to have graduated to middle-income status, comes as a promising result of sound economic management coupled with a vision to succeed shared between the government, the business community and civil society at large.

Mauritian traditional investors are also very receptive to partnering with their international counterparts. An increasing number of joint ventures are being witnessed today, in the traditionally strong sectors as well as in a growing number of innovation-driven emerging sectors.

Mauritius has a well developed network of internal and external communications. An extensive and well maintained road infrastructure; a modern and efficient port capable of berthing vessels up to 100 metres; a web of sea links and direct air connections with several cities around the world; high band fibre cable connectivity; a reliable fixed and mobile telephone network; express courier service providers and freight forwarders; fully serviced business and industrial parks; a free port; well equipped and comfortable offices.
The Government has ensured doing business in and from Mauritius is both easy and smooth and complies with best practices in terms of transparency, good governance and ethics.

Important Links

The Board of Investment – http://www.investmauritius.com/
Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry – http://www.mcci.org/
Empretec Mauritius – www.EmpretecMauritius.org
Government of Mauritius – http://www.gov.mu
Central Statistics Office of Mauritius – http://www.gov.mu/portal/site/cso

Group Profile

GMI CAPITAL PARTNERS

GMI Capital Partners is a group of companies originating back in 1998 and since then has an unstinted path of growth in different sector of activities. We have brought prosperity to our investors, security to our employees, improved the competitiveness of our clients and provided constant supports to our business partners. We will follow this path leading to excellence in business growth and development in Mauritius and the African region with the following core services:

• Training & Consultancy
• Regional Integration & Business Facilitation
• Business Process Outsourcing
• Property Development & Assets Management
• Trade & Regional Development

Companies forming part of the GMI Group Capital Partners are:
• EMS Consulting
• ASM Investments Ltd.
• Ashtrade Services Ltd.
• ArtCom Outsourcing

Mauritius

About Mauritius & Doing Business in Mauritius

Mauritius has the highest adult literacy rate for the whole of Africa as a result of free education at primary and secondary school level. This highly disciplined and educated workforce is also equally fluent in English and French, while many also speak a third international language: Hindi, Mandarin, Urdu and a host of European languages. The workforce is young, 29.2% being aged less than 30 and business spirited, innovative thinking and open to the world.

Mauritius has a smart brand of fine professionals, most of who qualified from internationally recognized institutions and/or world class professional bodies: chartered accountants, financial analysts, corporate lawyers, tax specialists, business consultants, IT engineers, architects. Recently, the Government of Mauritius enacted legislation encouraging foreign professionals to set up in the country.

The Mauritian economy is one of the fastest growing in sub-Saharan Africa. In just three decades, the country has moved from a mono-crop sugar-dominated economy to being services oriented. The tertiary sector currently accounts for 70% of GDP, a fair indication of our impressive track record.
While traditional growth sectors like tourism and manufacturing continue to be strong, many other opportunities have arisen in emerging sectors with the potential to become tomorrow’s economic pillars of a regional powerhouse. This rapid transition to a mature economy, one of just two in Africa to have graduated to middle-income status, comes as a promising result of sound economic management coupled with a vision to succeed shared between the government, the business community and civil society at large.

Mauritian traditional investors are also very receptive to partnering with their international counterparts. An increasing number of joint ventures are being witnessed today, in the traditionally strong sectors as well as in a growing number of innovation-driven emerging sectors.

Mauritius has a well developed network of internal and external communications. An extensive and well maintained road infrastructure; a modern and efficient port capable of berthing vessels up to 100 metres; a web of sea links and direct air connections with several cities around the world; high band fibre cable connectivity; a reliable fixed and mobile telephone network; express courier service providers and freight forwarders; fully serviced business and industrial parks; a free port; well equipped and comfortable offices.
The Government has ensured doing business in and from Mauritius is both easy and smooth and complies with best practices in terms of transparency, good governance and ethics.

Important Links

The Board of Investment – http://www.investmauritius.com/
Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry – http://www.mcci.org/
Empretec Mauritius – www.EmpretecMauritius.org
Government of Mauritius – http://www.gov.mu
Central Statistics Office of Mauritius – http://www.gov.mu/portal/site/cso

Group Profile

GMI CAPITAL PARTNERS

GMI Capital Partners is a group of companies originating back in 1998 and since then has an unstinted path of growth in different sector of activities. We have brought prosperity to our investors, security to our employees, improved the competitiveness of our clients and provided constant supports to our business partners. We will follow this path leading to excellence in business growth and development in Mauritius and the African region with the following core services:

• Training & Consultancy
• Regional Integration & Business Facilitation
• Business Process Outsourcing
• Property Development & Assets Management
• Trade & Regional Development

Companies forming part of the GMI Group Capital Partners are:
• EMS Consulting
• ASM Investments Ltd.
• Ashtrade Services Ltd.
• ArtCom Outsourcing