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Coût du permis de résidence : Maurice en dessous de la moyenne mondiale

Une étude internationale livre des indications sur le coût du permis des résidences dans plusieurs pays. Avec une demande d’investissement de 500 000 dollars, Maurice est en dessous de la moyenne de USD 1 million, mais reste toutefois plus cher que plusieurs pays européens.

26 May 2017, business.mega.mu

The Head of the International Monetary Fund is Seeing Weaker-Than-Expected Global Economic Growth

Global economic growth is likely to be weaker than earlier expected, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday, due to a slower recovery in advanced economies and a further slowdown in emerging nations.

01 Sep 2015, business.mega.mu

Global Peace Index 2014 : Maurice le Pays le Plus Pacifique d’Afrique

L’Institut pour l’économie et la paix (IEP) vient de publier le Global Peace Index (GPI) 2014. L’île Maurice figure en tête de liste des pays africains et se retrouve à la 24e place à l’échelle mondiale.

24 Jun 2014, business.mega.mu

Gabriel García Márquez, Nobel Prize-Winning Author, Dies

The Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez popularized magical realism in Latin American literature by writing fantastical novels that drew on the folk tales and ghost stories he had heard as a child on Colombia's poor, sun-baked Caribbean coast.

18 Apr 2014, business.mega.mu

Shark Week Special: Best Places to Swim With Sharks

Megalodon may be extinct, but other sharks have been making headlines lately.

17 Aug 2013, business.mega.mu

Global Information Technology Report 2013: Mauritius Lost Two Places

The World Economic Forum (WEF) ranks Mauritius in the 53rd place in the Global Information Technology Report 2013. A drop of two places compared to the 2012 report. Maurice stalled at the impact of technology on the economy and society.

16 Apr 2013, business.mega.mu

Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio elected 266th pontiff and takes name Pope Francis

Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected in a surprise choice to be the new leader of the troubled Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, the first non-European pontiff in nearly 1,300 years, and said he would take the name Francis I. Pope Francis, 76, appeared on the central balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica just over [...]Related News:Pope Benedict XVI has indicated he does not necessarily viewSurge in Satanism sparks rise in demand for exorcistsBelgian church offers to help child abuse victimsAmish in crisis as father faces trial for 'decade of…The head of the Vatican bank is under investigation for…The post ...

13 Mar 2013, KotZot

End Of The World: Selling Concept

Earth would she live her last moments? This is allegedly the Mayans predicted. December 21, 2012 would mark the end of the Mayan calendar and announce the final end of the Earth. Info or into much anyway use it to make money. Lot of money ...

21 Dec 2012, business.mega.mu

Transparency Report On Corruption: Maurice Won Three Seats

Botswana and Cape Verde to place our country in the African region. The sources used by Transparency International to establish this classification are, among others, the African Development Bank, the World Economic Forum and the Economic Intelligence Unit. A country that gets the most points is considered the least corrupt.

05 Dec 2012, business.mega.mu

The Billionaires Club

As the rich grow richer, so does the coverage of their fortunes. Later this week, Bloomberg Markets, the 375,000-circulation magazine distributed mainly to Bloomberg terminal subscribers, is publishing a “World’s Richest People” December issue.

29 Oct 2012, business.mega.mu

Osama bin Laden was killed by bullet to the brain before Navy SEALs arrived, book reveals

Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed by a bullet to the brain before Navy SEALs had even entered his bedroom in a Pakistan compound, a new book reveals. New details have emerged of the daring 2011 raid which ended the terrorist leader’s life in an eagerly-anticipated first-hand account written by one of the [...]The post Osama bin Laden was killed by bullet to the brain before Navy SEALs arrived, book reveals appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

29 Aug 2012, KotZot

Alcopal – A legal pill which could help drink-drivers pass breath tests

A legal pill which could help drink-drivers pass breath tests has gone on sale in the UK. Police and road safety campaigners reacted angrily after it emerged the controversial product – already banned in the US – is being sold online. The pill, called Alcopal costs Rs1000 for a pack of 20, is said to [...]The post Alcopal – A legal pill which could help drink-drivers pass breath tests appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

28 Aug 2012, KotZot

Astronaut Neil Armstrong – First man on Moon dies at age 82

Neil Armstrong, who led the Apollo 11 spacecraft and became the first man to set foot on the Moon, has died from complications after heart surgery. Armstrong was a quiet self-described nerdy engineer who became a global hero when as a steely-nerved pilot he made “one giant leap for mankind” with a small step on [...]The post Astronaut Neil Armstrong – First man on Moon dies at age 82 appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

25 Aug 2012, KotZot

US Navy SEAL raid commando identified

The US Navy commando who wrote an account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden under a pseudonym has been identified by an American TV news channel. Matt Bissonnette, who retired from the Navy last summer, was first named by Fox News. It was later confirmed by one current and one former US military [...]The post US Navy SEAL raid commando identified appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

24 Aug 2012, KotZot

Miss China crowned Miss World 2012

Miss China, a 23-year-old music lover who wants to work with the poor, was crowned Miss World 2012 at a ceremony in Inner Mongolia, pageant organizers said on Saturday. Wearing a sparkling blue gown, Yu Wenxia waved to the audience in the Dongsheng Stadium in Ordos, located in China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Organizers said [...]The post Miss China crowned Miss World 2012 appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

20 Aug 2012, KotZot

UK enjoys hottest day of the year

The mercury peaked on Saturday in the southern and eastern parts of England, with large parts of Britain basking in sunshine. Cavendish in Suffolk recorded the highest temperatures of the day, with 32.4C (90F), four degrees hotter than Malaga in southern Spain. Cambridge followed with 31.5C (88.7F), and a number of other parts of East [...]The post UK enjoys hottest day of the year appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

19 Aug 2012, KotZot

South Africans outraged by police killing of 34 striking miners

South African news agency Sapa claimed 18 people died when heavily-armed riot police supported by helicopters opened fire, with private TV station e.tv showing still images of many people lying injured and dead. Up to 3,000 workers are thought to have walked out in a row over pay, with many of them carrying machetes and [...]The post South Africans outraged by police killing of 34 striking miners appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

17 Aug 2012, KotZot

Pussy Riot found guilty of hooliganism by Russian court

Three members of the Russian feminist punk band Pussy Riot have each been jailed for two years for performing an anti-Putin protest in Moscow’s biggest church. The trio, handcuffed in a courtroom cage, reacted with giggles and one rolled her eyes when the judge issued the sentences after reading the guilty verdicts for almost three [...]The post Pussy Riot found guilty of hooliganism by Russian court appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

17 Aug 2012, KotZot

Chinese ‘Adele’ wows judges on The Voice (China)

The 19 year old high school girl from China’s Fujian Province has wowed singing judges in China with an identical voice – to ADELE’s. She appeared on the Chinese version of The Voice and sang the Brit popstar’s tune Someone Like You , bringing one of the judges to tears. She secured the approval of [...]The post Chinese ‘Adele’ wows judges on The Voice (China) appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

15 Aug 2012, KotZot

The Spice Girls are set to reunite for a performance at the Olympic Games closing ceremony

The Spice Girls will arrive on stage at the Olympics’ closing extravaganza standing on top of black London cabs. Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton, Mel B and Mel C will reunite for the one-off gig. The customised cabs will light up with symbols to represent their personalities, with Mel B’s decorated in leopard print. [...]The post The Spice Girls are set to reunite for a performance at the Olympic Games closing ceremony appeared first on Mauritius News Ile Maurice.

10 Aug 2012, KotZot

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