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Mauritius Re-Launches Inward Investment Regime

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21 January 2000


The Mauritian Industry Commerce and Financial Services Minister, Xavier-Luc Deval, announced on Thursday that the Government was strengthening its package of inward investment incentives by offering a 10-year tax holiday to multinationals setting up in the country. The tax holiday is in addition to existing incentives allowing duty-free importation and freedom from withholding taxes for companies setting up in the country's various free trade zones. The Minister said that the Mauritius Export Development and Industry Authority would be marketing the incentive package world-wide.

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