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Mauritius Budget 2021/22: recovery, revival and resilience amidst the COVID-19 turmoil

Mauritius Budget 2021/22: recovery, revival and resilience amidst the COVID-19 turmoil

Mauritius' Minister of Finance and Economic Development delivered his Budget Speech for the fiscal year 2021/2022 on 11 June 2021 against the backdrop of the Covid-19 pandemic which had deep effects on the economy.

Key sentiments of the budget included: 

  • to restore the confidence of economic operators through a series of incentives;
  • to kick start the recovery and the revival of the main economic sectors; and
  • to continue investing in major infrastructure projects to stimulate job creation, growth and to provide for further resilience of the economy.

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