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France, South Africa, UAE remain largest investors into Mauritius

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France, South Africa, UAE remain largest investors into Mauritius

Gross direct investment flows in Mauritius have been estimated at Rs9.18 billion for the first semester of 2022 compared to Rs5.7 billion for the corresponding period in 2021.

According to figures released by  the Bank of Mauritius, the ‘Real estate activities’ sector was the major recipient of gross direct investment inflows, which was mostly received under IRS/RES/IHS/PDS/SCS1, followed by the ‘Accommodation and food service activities’ sector.

Gross direct investment flows emanating from Europe represented 44.8% of total inflows. France, South Africa and United Arab Emirates were the major sources of gross direct investment in Mauritius.

Gross direct investment flows abroad have been estimated at Rs1.38 billion in 2022H1 compared to Rs808 million in 2021H1.

These outflows were mainly directed to the ‘Real estate activities’ and ‘Arts, entertainment and recreation’ sectors.

Direct investment flows to Europe represented 53.3% of total gross direct investment abroad, of which France was the major recipient.

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