Mauritius is the first African country that launched the FTA negotiations with China; MoU over the Belt and Road Initiatives is under negotiation.
India is hopeful that a bilateral trade agreement with the country could open the doors wider to the entire continent.
The three-day discussions comprise sessions on trade in goods and services; sanitary and phyto-sanitary measures; technical barriers to trade; requests lists; rules of origin and finalisation of economic cooperation chapter.
India and Mauritius has concluded the second round of negotiations for the proposed free trade agreement (FTA), aimed at boosting bilateral trade and investments.
The government has spent over Rs2 billion to win a case in the international court over the acquisition of assets of Progas Pakistan Limited company – worth Rs2.3 billion.
Agreement of strategic importance to counter Chinese presence in the Indian Ocean.
The decision to restart negotiations on India-Mauritius free trade agreement (FTA) follows a double taxation avoidance agreement (DTAA) signed last year.
Un deuxième Memorandum of Understanding vient d’être signé entre Maurice et la Chine pour aboutir à un accord de libre-échange.
China takes FTAs as a platform for opening wider to the world and an effective approach to integrate into the global economy and strengthen cooperation with other economies.
It is likely that the Antrix case — which could see the Government of India paying $1 billion if it loses — would have had a different outcome had the new model BIT been at issue.
Mauritius will sign the Joint Undertaking on Administrative Cooperation for the Implementation of the Cumulation Provisions contained in the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPA).
The draft initial market access offers of Mauritius in the context of the negotiations on the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) has been agreed by Government.
Les deux pays se dirigent vers un accord de partenariat économique afin d’établir un mécanisme collaboratif dans plusieurs domaines.
In exchange for $160 million in compensation for its equity and contractor claims, Bechtel agreed to forgo international arbitration over the expropriation of its investment.
Mauritius is keen to develop economic relations with Pakistan and enter into a free-trade agreement (FTA) to tap the bilateral trade potential, Mauritius Deputy Prime Minister Dr Ahmad Rashid Beebeejaun said on Saturday.
Kenyan firms — regardless of their size — can now sue the government in the Common Market for Southern Africa (Comesa) Court of Justice, the highest in the intergovernmental organisation, if its actions break rules of the trading bloc.
India and Mauritius will meet next month in the capital to review the bilateral Double Taxation Avoidance Convention (DTAC) which seeks to prevent misuse of the provisions of the near three-decade old treaty.
Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry urged to pave way forward to sign Free Trade Agreement between Pakistan and Mauritius.
Mauritius on Friday expressed interest to start talks for a free trade agreement with India.