NEWS SHARED BY OUR PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE IN MAURITIUS,
M. MICHEL MOREAU

His areas of expertise:
Michel Moreau a passé 30 ans en Afrique dans l’industrie de l’emballage métallique, avant de venir à Maurice en 2007.
Il est alors embauché par la compagnie Alcodis (la première entreprise locale à produire de l’éthanol) pour assurer la direction.
Par la suite, il décide de créer AFIX Scaff (Mauritius) en 2010, en partenariat avec AFIXGROUP. Seule société à Maurice à offrir des échafaudages aux Stds EU, avec un service complet 24/7, vente, location, montage. Michel Moreau a fait des études en génie électronique et automatisme.
LANGUES PARLEES: FR/EN
Webinar: Doing business in Mauritius: 
AGENDA: (1h17)
Welcome words by Mr Guy Bultynck, CBL-ACP President, and Jennifer Lefebure, CBL-ACP Head of Bilateral section Mauritius
Introduction by H.E Peter VanAcker, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium
Introduction by Michel Moreau, CBL-ACP Permanent representative in Mauritius
Business climate in Mauritius
Intervention of Dr Ludovic Charles VERBIST, administrateur délégué AAMIL:
Subject: Investing in Mauritius as a private individual, especially in real estate (smart cities, IRS, RES, PDS…), how to become a resident, requirements, advantages, Investing as a professional, GBL
Intervention of Luc De Deken, business lawyer, CEO & Founder at OPTIMUM SOLUTIONS LTD
Subject: Banking services, Outsourcing, Blue Economy, Corporate needs,
Intervention of Xavier Huberland, International business and tax lawyer, Founder of KYC LAWYERS
Subject: Mauritius as a Hub to Africa, advantages of setting up a business in Mauritius, details of tax benefits
Intervention of M. Michel Moreau, Managing Director, and co-founder of the Mauritian subsidiary of AFIXGROUP: AFIX Scaff (Mauritius) Ltd
Subject: The construction sector, investments, infrastructure, economic keystones after Covid
Questions and Answers: 20 minutes

This section includes information and documents shared about news, reforms, public tenders and other information on Mauritius business climate:

DECEMBER 2021

– APPEL D’OFFRE A SUIVRE: cliquez ici

REFORMES CLES

NEWS:

INFORMATION ABOUT OFFICIALS

  1. – Ambassade de Belgique : Ambassade compétente Dar-es-Salaam
    Ambassadeur Peter VAN ACKER
    Barack Obama Road, 5 Dar-es-Salaam, République Unie de Tanzanie
    T: +255 22 211 26 88 // +255 22 211 25 03 // +255 22 211 40 25
    F: +255 22 211 76 21 Numéro d’urgence: +255 75 478 21 56
    E-mail: DarEsSalaam@diplobel.fed.be

– Conseiller économique et commercial : Jean-Pierre Muller
Embassy of Belgium Wallonia Brussels
Trade Commission Fairway Office Park, Sable House 52 Grosvenor Road Bryanston 2021 (Johannesbourg) Republic of South Africa
T: +27 (0) 11 463 0378
E-mail: johannesburg@awex-wallonia.com

– Pas de Chambre de Commerce Belge à Maurice, mais un ‘Belgian Mauritian Business Club”.
Contact: Michel Moreau : +230 5 255 6690 – michel@afixgroup.com

SEPTEMBER 2021

NEWS:

Réouverture des frontières à Maurice au 1er Oct 2021

APPELS D’OFFRE A SUIVRE: ici

FICHE COVID – MAURICE

JULY 2021

NEWS:

There is no Belgium Chamber of Commerce in Mauritius but, we’re managing the “Belgian Mauritian Business Club” Please contact us: contact@belgianbusinessclub.mu

INFORMATION ABOUT OFFICIALS: 
Peter Van Acker is the current Ambassador in Tanzania (Cover Mauritius) https://tanzania.diplomatie.belgium.be/en

PUBLIC TENDERS AND PROJECTS :
– Ongoing public tenders: Link
– Expression of interest for the development of a pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry in Mauritius: More
– EU Projects with Mauritius, Seychelles and the Indian Ocean Commission: More

REPORTS AND ARTICLES:
– KPMG Mauritius Budget Highlights 2021/22

– Deloitte – Navigating for a better future – Mauritius Budget 2021-2022

– ANALYSIS OF THE 2021/2022 Budget Measures and announcements related to Real Estate and Business facilitation 

The Mauritius Banking sector

MARCH 2021

→ We had recently a conf call with several stakeholders like CCIFM (FR Ch of Commerce), other EU Ch of Comm & Business Clubs. This was to open the first round with private economic sector in the region about the INTERIM EPA. This was hosted by Alexia Schmiliver First Secretary Regional Trade Affairs Manager Premier Secrétaire Responsable Régionale d’Affaires Commerciales – Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Zimbabwe – Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Mauritius and the Republic of Seychelles 8th floor, St James Court, St Denis Street, Port Louis, Republic of Mauritius Phone: +230 207 15 15 Fax: +230 211 66 24 alexia.schmiliver@eeas.europa.eu.

https://www.mcci.org/en/global-marketplace/trade-agreements/interim-epa/

https://www.mcci.org/en/globalmarketplace/trade-agreements/mauritius-chinafta/ 

https://www.mcci.org/en/media-news-events/business-updates/moredetails-about-the-re-opening-of-business-activities/

  • Réformes à suivre

The main challenging reform to be done this year by the MU Gov is to-brush-up-the-reputation-of-its-offshore-financial-sector: Read the article

DOWNLOAD DOCUMENTS:

– Smart cities Mauritius 
Interview Arnaud Lagesse 
Tax reform in the global business sector
Key energy sector to invest
Mauritius openness to foreign investors