Moody's: Mauritius's credit profile balances resilient economy and high government debt

According to the latest report issued by Moody's Investors Service,  the Mauritian economy has been resilient in the face of an unfavourable external environment which is mainly due to foreign flows into the financial sector and diversified exports. The report mentions that following the renegotiated DTAA treaty, Mauritius may have lost a historical tax edge but gained a new one on interest in income related to debt, which means that the local financial sector will maintain its competitive advantages and keep attracting net financial inflows.

Source: Moodys