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🇨🇳 / 🇲🇺 chinese investments in mauritius
China remains the second largest investor in Mauritius and the island has become a platform for exchange with Africa for many Chinese investors. The bilateral economic ties between Mauritius and China has been reinforced by Xi Jinping’s visit to the island in 2018. The close economy relations between the two countries has transformed Mauritius as a major "hub" for trade and investment between China and Africa. The country offers investors a stable economic environment and cooperation will run deep with the “Belt and Road” Initiative that Mauritius welcomes in order to encourage Chinese investors to undertake projects on the island.
global investors looking to expand INTERNATIONAL REACH
Due to its ideal location in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is becoming a major hub for Chinese investors willing to step up at the international platform for global trade and investment and for any investor to expand to the world.
Under The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) initiated by the U.S in 2000, Mauritius is eligible to duty-free access to the U.S. market under the combined AGOA/GSP program for approximately 6,500 products (under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) or Normal Trade Relations (NTR)), giving opportunity to global manufacturers to access greater markets. The AGOA has been renewed to 2025.
On 29th August 2009, Mauritius has signed an economic partnership agreement with the European Union as part of the Trade and Development arrangements (EPA) with other African countries. Through the EPA, EU markets and the 28 Member States of the European Union, are immediately and fully opened, while the ACPs have 15 years to open to EU imports (with protection for sensitive imports) and even up to 25 years in exceptional cases.
Jin Fei Smart City scheme
Smart Cities are the intelligent, innovative and sustainable cities of tomorrow and the Jin Fei Smart City is one of the most ambitious economic development programmes in Mauritius.
Launched by the Government of Mauritius, Smart Cities offer global investors a plethora of opportunities to stimulate innovative scientific and high technology activities and to create urban digital technologies focused on big data analytics.
The Minister of Tourism, Mr Georges Pierre Lesjongard, on Friday 22 November 2019:
"The Mauritius Jin Fei Economic Trade and Cooperation Zone is yet another step in further consolidating the friendship between Mauritius and China and is one of the economic zones being established in Africa to strengthen China-Africa economic and trade cooperation"
MAURITIUS PROJECTED GROWTH
The price of residential property has soared by 130% in 2018 compared to 2010 with a strong demand from foreign resident buyers. The country is projected to grow with an annual 3.8% predicted for 2020 according to the the IMF estimates. The vibrant and diversified economy, low tax rates and no taxes on wealth succession, the absence of tax on dividends, no capital gains tax and a corporate tax rate of 15% has encouraged HNWI and businesses alike to make property acquisitions for:
Thanks to the partnerships developed with highly respected professionals in Mauritius, we are able to offer a range of highly tailored services and to assist businesses in finding the right contact to finalise their investment.