In recent years, Mauritius, through its policy of good practice, has built a solid reputation in terms of ethics, good governance, transparency, economic and political freedom. The business environment is stable and favorable and the legal framework is clear and well defined. Mauritius is now recognized internationally as an ideal country to invest in.
Mauritius is constantly reinventing itself. The country is taking advantage of its strategic position at the crossroads of Africa, Asia and Australia. It is gradually transforming itself into an international center and jurisdiction for investors in real estate seeking security, transparent regulation and high added value, for example, as a platform for creating, investing or creating activities in Africa.
Thanks to its strategic position in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius is a regional platform for trade, investment and tourism, interconnecting Africa and Asia with the rest of the world. The country is a business and financial hub, where business begins before markets close in the Far East and always on time to catch up Markets in the United States the same day.
In Mauritius, the tax system is favorable: No tax on capital gains, No tax on interest and dividends at source, Exemption from customs duties on equipment, Free repatriation of profits, Dividends and Capital and Corporate Tax, Income Tax and Value Added Tax at 15%.
To date, Mauritius has signed more than 40 double tax treaties and is currently participating in other negotiations.
The country is a signatory to many multilateral treaties and conventions ensuring the protection of foreign investors and Mauritius is a market economy and free trade. There is no exchange control or restrictions on the repatriation of profits, dividends and capital. The Index of Economic Freedom published by the Wall Street Journal ranks Mauritius 8th in the world among countries where economic freedom predominates.