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Mauritius - Investment Climate Assessment

ACCESS TO CREDIT ACCESS TO FINANCE ACCESSIBILITY ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE AFFILIATES AFFORDABILITY ASSET FINANCING AVAILABILITY OF CREDIT BALANCE SHEET BALANCE SHEET GROWTH BANK CREDIT BANK DEPOSIT BANK LENDING BANK LOANS BANK OF MAURITIUS BANKING INDUSTRY BANKING SECTOR BANKING SYSTEM BANKING SYSTEMS BANKS BINDING CONSTRAINT BOOK VALUE BORROWING BUDGETING BUREAUCRATIC OBSTACLES BUSINESS ACTIVITIES BUSINESS ACTIVITY BUSINESS COLLATERAL BUSINESS INFORMATION BUSINESS PLAN BUSINESS RELATIONS CAPITAL ADEQUACY CAPITAL FINANCE CAPITAL FORMATION CAPITAL MARKETS CASH FLOWS CHECKING ACCOUNT COLLATERAL COLLATERAL REQUIREMENTS COLLECTION PROCESS COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKING COMMERCIAL BANKS COMPETITIVE ECONOMY CORRUPTION COUNTRY COMPARISONS CREDIT ACCESS CREDIT BUREAUS CREDIT INFORMATION CREDIT INFORMATION BUREAUS CREDIT INFORMATION SYSTEMS CREDIT LINES CREDITORS DEPOSITS DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT BANK DIVERSIFICATION DOMESTIC CREDIT ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC AGENTS ECONOMIC CRISIS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMIC REFORM EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EMPLOYMENT GROWTH EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ENTREPRENEURS ENTREPRENEURSHIP EQUAL ACCESS EQUIPMENT EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURES EXPORT EARNINGS EXPORTER EXPORTERS EXTERNAL FINANCE EXTERNAL FINANCING EXTERNAL SHOCKS FINANCE COMPANIES FINANCIAL ACCESS FINANCIAL CRISIS FINANCIAL DEPTH FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION FINANCIAL LIBERALIZATION FINANCIAL LITERACY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MARKETS FINANCIAL PRODUCTS FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORMS FINANCIAL SERVICE FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL STRUCTURE FINANCIAL SYSTEM FINANCIAL SYSTEMS FINANCING NEEDS FIRM PERFORMANCE FISCAL DEFICIT FISCAL DISCIPLINE FISCAL POLICY FIXED ASSET FIXED ASSETS FIXED CAPITAL FOREIGN ASSETS FOREIGN BANKS FOREIGN CURRENCY FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT FOREIGN EXCHANGE FOREIGN FIRMS FORM OF COLLATERAL GENDER GLOBAL ECONOMY GOVERNMENT POLICIES GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HOLDING HOUSEHOLDS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCES INCOME INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS INFLATION INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION INSURANCE INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATES INTERNAL FUNDS INTERNATIONAL MARKETS INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS INTERNATIONAL TRADE INVENTORIES INVENTORY INVESTMENT ACCESS INVESTMENT CLIMATE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES JOB CREATION LABOR COSTS LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LABOR MARKETS LABOR MOBILITY LABOR PRODUCTIVITY LABOR REGULATIONS LABOR SHORTAGE LABOR SHORTAGES LAWS LEGAL PROVISIONS LEGISLATION LINE OF CREDIT LINES OF CREDIT LIQUIDATION LIQUIDITY LOAN LOAN APPLICATIONS LOAN DELINQUENCIES MACROECONOMIC POLICIES MONETARY POLICY MOVABLE PROPERTY NATURAL RESOURCES NEW MARKETS NOMINAL WAGES OPERATING COSTS OVERDRAFT OVERDRAFTS PARTIAL RISK PORTFOLIO PRIVATE CREDIT PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATIZATION PRODUCTION PROCESS PRODUCTIVITY PROFITABILITY PROPERTY RIGHTS RE-INVESTMENT REAL ESTATE REAL SECTOR RECEIPT RECESSION REGULATORY SYSTEMS RETAINED EARNINGS RISK MANAGEMENT SAFETY SAVINGS SMALL BORROWERS SOCIAL INCLUSION SOCIAL WELFARE SOURCES OF FINANCE START-UPS SUBSIDIARIES SUBSIDIARY SUPPLIERS SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAINS TARIFF BARRIERS TAX TAX ADMINISTRATION TAX EXEMPTIONS TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TELECOMMUNICATIONS TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT TRADE CREDIT TRADE FLOWS TRADE LIBERALIZATION TRANSACTIONS COSTS TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT UNEMPLOYED UNEMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYMENT RATE UNION UNSKILLED LABOR VALUE OF COLLATERAL VENTURE CAPITALISTS WAGES WORKING CAPITAL
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World Bank
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | East Africa | Mauritius
2012-03-19T17:26:24Z | 2012-03-19T17:26:24Z | 2009-12-22

This Investment Climate Assessment (ICA) uses a robust methodology that draws on a representative sample of 484 formal firms and 120 informal establishments. The sample covers small-medium enterprises (SMEs) and large firms in both manufacturing and services. Weights were used in the analysis of the data to ensure full representativeness of the results. Although the sample is large, sample non?response could invalidate the results of the analysis-especially for more sensitive questions on corruption, taxes, or sales. In order to reduce such possibilities, strict quality control procedures have been applied during the data collection process. These controls led to an overall response rate of above 90 percent.

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