The economics of latent demand in Mauritius

September 2000
Mauritius Economic Studies;2000, p15
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Provides an overview of the economic fundamentals within Mauritius that can be used by the business community to determine the country's strategic market and investment potential. Key industries and relevant factors affecting the economy; Sources of latent demand; A comparison of its key economic and structural drivers to the local region and at the international level. Major economic issues facing the country; Opportunities for foreign companies; Infrastructure development.


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