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Mauritius Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements

December 2011 Craig T. Fulton

While much of Mauritius’ success as a well-established international financial center can be attributed to its continually expanding network of double taxation avoidance agreements (“DTAAs”), there is another significant advantage to investing through Mauritius.

Mauritius has entered into Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements (“IPPAs”) with various African countries which, while less well-known than DTAAs, are potentially of great importance to investors seeking to invest in the developing markets of Asia and Africa.

Coupled with the benefits of the DTAAs already in force and Mauritius’ membership of various regional African organisations, we anticipate that IPPAs will play a crucial role in the further development of Mauritius as the gateway to investments in Africa.

 

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Craig T. Fulton
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Mauritius Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements

09 December 2011 Craig T. Fulton

While much of Mauritius’ success as a well-established international financial center can be attributed to its continually expanding network of double taxation avoidance agreements (“DTAAs”), there is another significant advantage to investing through Mauritius.

Mauritius has entered into Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements (“IPPAs”) with various African countries which, while less well-known than DTAAs, are potentially of great importance to investors seeking to invest in the developing markets of Asia and Africa.

Coupled with the benefits of the DTAAs already in force and Mauritius’ membership of various regional African organisations, we anticipate that IPPAs will play a crucial role in the further development of Mauritius as the gateway to investments in Africa.

 

To continue reading full articles in PDF format:
Mauritius Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements

 


Craig T. Fulton
Partner

CAYMAN ISLANDS   +1 345 814 7372


 

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Investment Funds


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