Mauritius is wrestling with a shattered system

2019-11-26T11:41:36+04:00November 26th, 2019|Economy|

By Samad Ramoly  A decade or so ago, some of the richest Germans publicly pledged to contribute to a fairer share of taxes. In 2011, American billionaire Warren Buffet even warned us: “Stop coddling the rich (”. As, in effect, tax credits, creative accounting and tax havens allow him to pay less tax rate than [...]

The pitfalls of demand-side policies

2019-11-22T15:43:18+04:00November 22nd, 2019|Economy|

By Sameer Sharma Economists are often criticised for being overly prescriptive when it comes to economic policy making. Economics is indeed more complicated than most economists think. Relationships between variables are non linear, and expectations and sentiment have their own difficulty to measure dynamics at play. In the case of a highly politicised Mauritian landscape, [...]

Le mystère de la croissance

2019-11-22T10:25:55+04:00April 11th, 2019|Economy|

Retrouver les taux de croissance d’antan de 5 % à 6 % ne se fera pas avec du « business as usual » Interviewé pour savoir si la démission de Vishnu Lutchmeenaraidoo a un impact sur le monde des affaires, le vice-président de l’Economic Development Board répond que « c’est du business as usual ». [...]

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