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The Mauritius leading investor in the Great Indian Peninsula from April to December 2014

Financial investments of about 5.89 billion from Mauritius have been recorded in India between April and December 2014.
The Mauritian financial center thus preserves its position as the class one for foreign direct investment (FDI) in India on about 21 billion dollars invested in the Great Peninsula on this calendar period, and is ahead notably of Singapore (4.31 billion dollars) and the Netherlands (2.57 billion dollars).
The sectors which have in their wake drained foreign direct investments are telecommunications, the pharmaceutical industry and the construction sector.
Investors spend in particular by the Mauritian financial center who can rely on such a treaty of double taxation with Indian authorities being modified of course, but for the time being firmly binds the two friendly countries.


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