Below is a list of our online portals to help you with additional informations.
Mauritius reopens its doors as from 15 July 2021.
With its warmth, secure and tropical climate, Mauritius is the place to live. If you want to work, retire, invest, or just relax, Mauritius is the place to be. Choosing to live in Mauritius will give access to multiple benefits including tax regimes, political and social stability, multiculturalism, extensive air access and many others.
Mauritius welcomes esteemed travelers/ foreigners seeking to prolong their feeling of wellness arising from the gorgeous turquoise blue sea with silky sand beaches, tropical lagoons, the lush greens, the warmth, and friendliness of locals.
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National Electronic Licensing System (NELS) is a key initiative to improve the investment and doing business climate in Mauritius. NELS aims to be a single point of entry for application, payment, processing and determination of business- related licenses in Mauritius. The Economic Development Board (EDB) has been mandated by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED) to spearhead the setting up and operationalisation of the NELS to improve the investment and doing business climate in Mauritius.
The government of Mauritius strongly believes that our dispersed Mauritian Diaspora community is a precious asset to our economy.
The Mauritian Diaspora Scheme has been set up with the aim to attract members of the Mauritian Diaspora to return to Mauritius and serve the country.
The Mauritius Freeport is a duty-free logistics, distribution and value addition hub. The continued development of the Freeport over 25 years has set the Mauritius Freeport as the ideal logistics platform for the region.
Get in depth information about Getting started for a business or Financing mechanism on our business support portal.
iGuides, designed by UNCTAD and the International Chamber of Commerce, provides investors online with up-to-date information on business costs, opportunities and conditions in developing countries. View the Mauritius Investment Guide via the link below.