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Botswana forges partnership with Mauritius
Botswana Minister of Trade and Industry, Neo Moroka yesterday signed a bilateral investment treaty on promotion and reciprocal protection on investment with Mauritius envoy, Madan Dulloo.
India’s new investment norm
The tax holiday provided under the India-Singapore agreement, which Indian companies may take advantage of, is part of a trend that will make it increasingly difficult to tax capital in almost any country.
Mauritius in talks for economic pact
With the recent signing of the India-Singapore comprehensive economic cooperation agreement (CECA) which threatens to reduce the importance of Mauritius as the investment gateway to India, Port Louis has began talks with New Delhi on a similar deal.
India and Mauritius begin talks on economic pact
India and Mauritius have held a first round of talks on a Comprehensive Economic Cooperation and Partnership Agreement (CECPA).
CECA and free trade agreements
A Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between India and Singapore has been signed on the 29th June in New Delhi by the Prime Ministers of two countries.
India to sign free trade agreement with Mauritius
The agreement will liberalise trade in goods and services and even facilitate joint ventures, besides encompassing the existing double taxation avoidance agreement between the two countries.
Cabinet approves FTA with Yemen, Mauritius
Federal Cabinet has approved the summary for Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Pakistan, Yemen and Mauritius. The summary was presented before federal cabinet after a trade delegation headed by Federal Commerce Minister Humayun Akhtar Khan attended a joint Ministerial Commission conference in Yemen and Mauritius in March 2004 and inked a Memorandum of Understanding about FTA.
Bechtel and GE mount investment treaty claim against India
Two minority investors in India’s largest foreign investment, the ill-starred Dabhol Power Plant, have launched a bilateral investment treaty (BIT) claim against India in an effort to recoup their losses related to the plant.