NEW CORPORATE CODE DESIGNED TO GIVE FRESH IMPETUS TO MAURITIUS BUSINESS

  MAURITIUS has embarked on a comprehensive reform of its national corporate governance code, the island state’s first such change in almost 13 years. This programme has been welcomed by accounting and law professionals as an important milestone by the local business community. They hope it will help preserve Mauritius’ reputation as a reliable and safe place in which to conduct African business – marked by its top position in the Ibrahim Index of African Governance (developed by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation). “The new code is based on an ‘apply and ...


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