Sunday July 22 2018
Mauritius - Credit Rating at 65.00


Moody's credit rating for Mauritius was last set at Baa1 with stable outlook.





Saturday July 21 2018
Mauritius Bank Lending Rate at 8.50 percent


Bank Lending Rate in Mauritius remained unchanged at 8.50 percent in May from 8.50 percent in April of 2018.





Friday July 20 2018
Mauritius Imports at 16647.00 MUR Million


Mauritius imports increased 8.5 percent year-on-year to MUR 16647 million in May of 2018 from MUR 15337 million in the same month a year earlier, mainly boosted by food and live animals (16.3 percent); miscellaneous manufactured articles (13.3 percent); chemicals and related products (11.9 percent) and manufactured goods (7.5 percent). Main import partners were: China (17.7 percent of total imports), India (15.5 percent), South Africa (10.4 percent) and France (8.6 percent).





Friday July 20 2018
Mauritius Exports at 6746.00 MUR Million


Mauritius exports fell 3.2 percent year-on-year to MUR 6746 million in May of 2018 from MUR 6969 million in the same month a year earlier, dragged by food and live animals (-20.5 percent); chemicals and related products (-26.5 percent) and crude materials, inedible, except fuels (-29.2 percent). The most important export partners were: the UK (11.2 percent of total exports), the US (10.7 percent), France (10.7 percent) and South Africa (10.3 percent).





Friday July 20 2018
Mauritius Balance of Trade at -9901.00 MUR Million


The trade deficit in Mauritius widened to MUR 9901 million in May of 2018 from a MUR 8368 million in the same month a year ago. Imports increased 8.5 percent year-on-year to MUR 16647 million from MUR 15337 million, mainly boosted by food and live animals (16.3 percent); miscellaneous manufactured articles (13.3 percent); chemicals and related products (11.9 percent) and manufactured goods (7.5 percent). Main import partners were: China (17.7 percent of total imports), India (15.5 percent), South Africa (10.4 percent) and France (8.6 percent). Meantime, exports fell 3.2 percent year-on-year to MUR 6746 million from MUR 6969 million, dragged by food and live animals (-20.5 percent); chemicals and related products (-26.5 percent) and crude materials, inedible, except fuels (-29.2 percent). The most important export partners were: the UK (11.2 percent of total exports), the US (10.7 percent), France (10.7 percent) and South Africa (10.3 percent).





Saturday July 14 2018
Mauritius Cpi Housing Utilities at 97.62 Index Points


Cpi Housing Utilities in Mauritius decreased to 97.62 Index Points in June from 98 Index Points in May of 2018.





Saturday July 14 2018
Mauritius Wages In Manufacturing at 107.80 Index Points


Wages In Manufacturing in Mauritius increased to 107.80 Index Points in the first quarter of 2018 from 104.30 Index Points in the fourth quarter of 2017.





Wednesday July 11 2018
Mauritius Tourist Arrivals at 84345.00


The number of foreigners visiting Mauritius rose 7.9 percent year-on-year to 84.345 thousand in June of 2018. Most visitors came from India (14 percent share), South Africa (13 percent share), the UK (11 percent share), France (11 percent share) and China (7 percent share). The growth was recorded in visitors from South Africa (16.2 percent), France (6.8 percent), the UK (2.9 percent) and India (2.9 percent) while arrivals from China fell 13.5 percent. Considering the first six months of the year, the number of foreigners visiting Mauritius advanced 3.4 percent to 646.865 thousand.





Wednesday July 11 2018
Mauritius Tourism Revenues at 5631.00 MUR Million


Tourism Revenues in Mauritius decreased to 5631 MUR Million in April from 5808 MUR Million in March of 2018.





Tuesday July 10 2018
Mauritius GDP per capita PPP at 20292.74 USD


The Gross Domestic Product per capita in Mauritius was last recorded at 20292.74 US dollars in 2017, when adjusted by purchasing power parity (PPP). The GDP per Capita, in Mauritius, when adjusted by Purchasing Power Parity is equivalent to 114 percent of the world's average.