Prices Mauritius

Rising Prices: Pilchards, Tuna and Autogas Up

Apart from the increase in cement, which raises many questions, commodities have undergone significant increases without the slightest worry policymakers.

12 Apr 2012,

Calls from a land line to a mobile will be cheaper in Mauritius

From 1 September 2011

31 Aug 2011,

The commodities cost has decreased a little in Mauritius

The third meeting of the Price Observatory was organised on Wednesday.

28 Jul 2011,

Un taux d’inflation de 5,1 % pour 2010-11

Cela représente une hausse de 3,4 %, comparée à l’année financière 2009-2010 (1,7 %)

20 Jul 2011,

The commodity basket cost about Rs4500 in June

The PO compares the price of each commodity across 22 retail outlets in the country

28 Jun 2011,

Rs4.7 bln: Consumers will pay losses

Consumers will pay for through the fuel surcharge

15 Jun 2011,

Mauritian Cabinet meeting on Friday

A number of issues were on the table during the Cabinet meeting on Friday

23 May 2011,

Mauritian mobile operators puzzled by cut

Information and Communication Technology Minister Tassarajen Chedumbrum Pillay has announced a minimum 25% cut in mobile phone charges

05 May 2011,

STC, Escol reach agreement on petroleum gas pricing

Mauritius will consume 125,000 tonnes of gas per year by 2025

04 May 2011,

Petrol prices rose on the world market

The oil has commanded the highest price in the last two years

04 May 2011,

The price of household commodities has risen this year

The CTSP conducted a survey where a hundred people were questioned

06 Apr 2011,

Water consumption per person has increased last years

An increase in domestic and commercial water tariffs is imminent

23 Mar 2011,

Lower and middle income families in Mauritius are reeling from a surge in prices

PRICES BLITZ: A mother’s daily struggle Lower and middle income families in Mauritius are reeling from a surge in prices, estimated at more than 15% over the past six months,... Read more »

21 Mar 2011, KotZot

Air Mauritius fuel surcharges increased starting from March 16

Prices grew as the result of the sustained escalation of the price of fuel in the world

16 Mar 2011,

Prices cut on 64 basic commodities

The minister promised that by the end of the week, the list will be extended to 75 items.

16 Mar 2011,

Petrol price passed Rs 50

Diesel rose to Rs 43.50

15 Mar 2011,

The price of petrol will exceed the Rs 50 by April

For the first time in Mauritius, the price of petrol will exceed the Rs 50 per litre threshold to reach Rs 51.65 per litre, compared to Rs 48.50 per litre previously. This represents a 6.5 per cent rise.

10 Mar 2011,

Pricing advisory committee got new chief

Economist Pierre Dinan has been nominated by minister of Industry and Commerce Showkutally Soodhun to chair the pricing advisory committee.

08 Mar 2011,

Mauritius month-on-month prices up 0.7 percent

The Central Statistics Office said the month-on-month increase in consumer prices last month was 0.7 percent, driven by a 1.2 percent rise in the food and non alcoholic beverage index and a 2.2 percent rise in the transport index as gasoline and diesel prices rose.

08 Mar 2011,

Plots of land are being given to individuals and coops

About 1,000 arpents of land is being made available under the Food Security Project. Authorities have appealed to entrepreneurs in the agricultural sector to be innovative

07 Mar 2011,