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South Africa’s economic renewal creates opportunities for investors, Ramaphosa tells G7

President Cyril Ramaphosa tells his host, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that South Africa sees Canada as a strategic partner in navigating the difficulties facing the world economy.

PRETORIA – Attending what is the most divisive summit yet of the world richest countries, President Cyril Ramaphosa is pressing his message that South Africa’s economic renewal creates opportunities for investors around the world.

Ramaphosa tells his host, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that South Africa sees Canada as a strategic partner in navigating the difficulties facing the world economy.

At the G7 outreach summit in Charlevoix, President Cyril Ramaphosa speaks of signs of recovery and improved growth in the world economy.

But largely because of the reluctant participant US President Donald Trump, whom he doesn’t name, Ramaphosa sees a global trade war looming, a return to protectionism and a weakening of the multilateral rules-based international trade system.

He tells G7 leaders, scrambling to salvage something from their summit, that investment bank Goldman Sachs is calling South Africa a hot emerging market.

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Mauritius

Animated-Flag-Mauritius.gifThe Hub’s accomplishments in Mauritius to Date:

  • To date the Hub has supported 27 firms and associations to increase their export competitiveness
  • Eleven firms and associations have been supported to participate in various trade shows resulting in 82 business linkages
  • Hub facilitated AGOA exports as at June 30 2017 stood at $17,920,000
  • Exports to other market destinations as a result of Hub support are $615,805

Mauritian small firms follow corporations in hunt for local deals

Published on November 07, 2017

Several small- and medium-sized Mauritian businesses and entrepreneurs are expected in the country mid this month as they seek to reach out to millions of consumers. They will attend an exhibition organised by the Trade Promotion of Mauritius and the Consulate of Mauritius in Nairobi. The (show all)

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Mauritius launches National Export Strategy

Published on April 05, 2017

The Government of Mauritius today launched its National Export Strategy (NES) at a ceremony in Port Louis. The strategy aims to help boost the export capacities of the country’s private sector and step up its trade with regional and global markets.The National Export Strategy will serve (show all)

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Seizing AGOA Opportunities in East Africa: African Growth & Opportunity Act (AGOA)

Published on January 18, 2017

Seizing AGOA Opportunities in East Africa is a production of the USAID East Africa Trade and Investment Hub (The Hub). It highlights the work of the Hub’s Component 3 – Trade Promotion and AGOA, and briefly describes the legislation AGOA. The trifold also outlines the general steps to fo (show all)

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Mauritius firms splurge Sh5bn on Kenyan companies in one year

Published on November 29, 2016

Mauritian firms have injected more than Sh5 billion into the economy through acquisitions and investments in Kenyan companies, indicating tightening economic links between Nairobi and the Indian Ocean Island country. The rush to Kenya by Mauritian firms is partly spurred by a double-taxa (show all)

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Workshop explores sustainable growth opportunities for Mauritian entrepreneurs in Africa

Published on November 15, 2016

The sustainable growth opportunities available for businessmen and investors in Africa was the focus of a workshop organised yesterday by Sagittarius Ltd at Hennessy Park Hotel in Ebène. The Minister of Business, Enterprise and Cooperatives, Mr Sunil Bholah, was present at the opening. T (show all)

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Enabling women entrepreneurs to emerge as stronger economic force

Published on October 26, 2016

The National Women Entrepreneur Council (NWEC) is organising a week-long education tour for some 47 women entrepreneurs from Rodrigues who are presently in Mauritius. The aim is to impart knowledge and skills to enable these women to grow and foster their business so as to emerge as a mu (show all)

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