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  • Is this the end of Mauritius' free ride on the back of India's economic growth ?

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  • In fact I see this as providing more opportunities for Mauritius.
    The treaty override in the DTC while significant is limited in scope to cinstances when the GAAR, CFC and branch profit tax rules are invoked. India will be careful in not giving free rein to its GAAR provisions. Ultimately this will mean that investors will have to give more substance to the Mauritius entities, which would create more employment in Mauritius.
    Mauritians are a very able workforce- they speak fluent french and english. Many Mauritian professionals work in magic circle firms and investment banks and many of them do go back to Mauritius. There is a pool of talent here.

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  • FDI From Mauritius Into India Crosses US$ 50 Bn.

    Of the total USD 121.26 billion FDI that has come into India between April 2000 and August 2010, Mauritius accounted for USD 50.16 billion, ie 42% of total FDI inflows according to the latest official data.

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