• Science
    Mauritius! Jina Alikozay 8A1 The flag of Mauritius consists of four equal-sized horizontal stripes - the top stripe is red; the next one yellow; and the blue and bottom. The red stripe represents the country's struggle for independence; the blue symbolizes the Indian Ocean, which surrounds...
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  • Ssr-the Father of the Nation
    of Mauritius. He is known as the "Father of the Mauritian Nation", he led Mauritius to independence in 1968 and worked for the emancipation of the Mauritian population. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam also known as Kewal was born on 18 September 1900 at Belle Rive, Mauritius in the district of Flacq...
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  • Critically Examine the Main Factors and Issues That Have Been Determinant in Public Policy Making in Mauritius Since the Second World War to Modern Times.
    affected by several issued and the decision of the United Kingdom to grant independence to Mauritius in 1968 and to stop granting financial support was not a good sign for the future of Mauritius. In 1961, James Edward Meade a Nobel Prize winner in Economics predicted a disastrous future for Mauritius...
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  • Mauritius, Social Housing: Social Movement and Low Income Housing in Mauritius
    Planning Please submit any feedback to bhotish@hotmail.com Submitted to: 邓卫 |dengweizyh@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn |城市经济学 Submission date: 17th June 2012 Introduction At independence, Mauritius did not appear predestined for the progress that followed. Challenges included: extreme cultural diversity as well...
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  • Port Louis a Cultural Gem
    Independence and Sir Seewoosagar Ramgoolam became the first Prime Minister. The History of Port Louis and its evolution. From the above it can be seen that Port Louis compared to any other places in Mauritius has been a very important geographical place since the discovery of this island. However...
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  • A Rich Man Unexpectedly Lost His Wealth
    the Labour Party and its two allies obtained the majority of seats. Mauritius adopted a new constitution, independence was proclaimed on 12 March 1968, and the country became a member of the Commonwealth realm. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam became the first prime minister of Mauritius. In 1969, the...
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  • Air Mauritius
    of the people of Mauritius who, since accession to independence, refused the perspective of isolation. Air Mauritius serves all the major domestic destinations, like Plaisance, Plaine Magnien and Rodrigues in Mauritius. Apart from that, it flies to Nairobi, Antananarivo, Saint-Denis, Saint-Pierre...
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  • Offshore Banking
    Located due east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius can be described as one of the best-kept secrets in this part of the world.  This relatively unknown island certainly can be called a tax advantaged jurisdiction, aside from also being one of most beautiful places (and one of the least...
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  • Tourisium
    states, we had we had to cultivate our survival instincts and develop our strengths. We need also to cooperate with others to maximise our influence and effectiveness on important issues of the day.” Referring to Mauritius is the gateway for investors in sub-Saharan Africa, he said that Singapore is...
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  • Social Entrepreneurship
    revolutionized the fishing industry." (Bill Drayton, CEO, chair and founder of Ashoka). Today, social entrepreneurs are working in many countries to create avenues for independence and opportunity for those who otherwise would be locked into lives without hope. They range from Jim Fruchterman of Benetech, who...
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  • Mauritiues
    the country derives its name, is of volcanic origin and the tropical climate is modified by southeast trade winds. Cyclones are common between November and April. Discovered by the Portuguese in 1505, Mauritius was subsequently held by the Dutch, French and British before independence was attained in...
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  • Seychelles
    days and still is danced today. Some Important Events are: June 5th is Liberation Day June 18th is National Day June 29th is Independence Day Festival Kreol is a big deal in Seychelles. It takes place every year on the last week of October. This festival is celebrated in Mahe. Forget...
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  • Royal College
    Robert Farquhar, dated the 27th January of that year and the 'Lycee' became the Royal College, with the status of a public institution under the protection of the Sovereign of Great Britain. The name has remained till this day despite the accession of Mauritius to the status of Republic. 1871 was the...
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  • Independence of All Country
    Independence/National Days | | Definition: Independence or National Days are perhaps the most important day for a country to commemorate as a national holiday...
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  • Emerging Economic Sectors in Mauritius
    , sets no minimum purchase price for foreign buyers. Agricultural Sector At the time of independence in 1968, Mauritius inherited a monocrop economy based on sugarcane.  The country had to spend a large part of the revenue obtained from the export of sugar to import its food requirements...
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  • Lord Mackay Presidential Report
    authority of a Supreme Court Judge. We therefore recommend that where a prohibition against leaving Mauritius has been initiated by the Police it should lapse after three days unless confirmed by an Order of a Supreme Court Judge after notice to the person accused. It should be possible for the Judge...
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  • Mauritius - the Scope of Ict
    fields. A small group of Chinese traders followed later. Mauritius obtained independence on 12 March 1968 and became a republic in 1992. The Republic of Mauritius consists of four islands namely Mauritius (the largest at 1’865 square kilometers), Rodrigues (104 square kilometers), the Agalega...
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  • industrial relations
    Mauritius by the colonialists and it has been maintained and preserved since it gained independence in 1968, and all successive governments have invested heavily with emphasis on social welfare, education and health sectors. 1.7.2 Cut throat competition, Rapid changes in technology...
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  • Mauritius Nation Branding
    . Companies engaged in unregulated activities may be set up within 3 business days. Investors are allowed to invest in any sector of the economy and may also own 100% equity in a local company. Foreign nationals may apply for an Occupation Permit (OP) for living and working in Mauritius. The...
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    community imitated Mao Tse Tung and formed a guerrilla army. In Kenya there was an uprising mainly over land ownership. In both cases the wars led to independence in the 1960s. But another result was that the British governing group realised the Empire was now too expensive to hold and policy changed...
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