Dr Rama Sithanen

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Without Government massive support, Air Mauritus will simply go under. Economist and ex-Finance minister Rama Sithanen gives us his views on the cur

Dear Prime Minister, I am writing this letter both as a concerned citizen and a former Minister of Finance with some knowledge of and experience in

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tribune Société

How to choose among four different evils : higher taxes, economic austerity, unsustainable debt or some limited ‘helicopter money’?  1. Conventional

tribune Économie

The debate on the role and contribution of the International Financial Centre (IFC) of Mauritius is spiralling in acrimony unnecessarily. As long as

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PART 1 Introductory remarks  Let us be frank. Ministers of Finance across the world always try to shine a better light on their budget by resorting

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In view of the forthcoming Budget which will be presented next Monday, the former Minister of Finance writes the third part of a series of articles.

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In view of the forthcoming Budget which will be presented next Monday, the former Minister of Finance writes the third part of a series of articles.

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In view of the forthcoming Budget which will be presented next Monday, the former Minister of Finance assesses the performance of Government after fo

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tribune Économie

In view of the forthcoming Budget which will be presented next Monday, the former Minister of Finance writes a series of articles. In the first one,

Falling unemployment does not always mean rising employment. Based on empirical evidence, the unemployment figure has become a completely irrelevant

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opinions Politique

Growth not the only fly in the economic ointment Self-criticism can be a painful but often cathartic act. The usually suave Lutchmeenaraidoo broke r

In a series of three articles, Rama Sithanen sheds light on Air Mauritius’ precarious situation and proposes a “Bold Twelve-Action Turnaround Strateg

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Although the prices of mogas and diesel were lowered, the amount of two contributions actually rose. This would raise around Rs 600 m per annum, equi

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 A significant regression on diversity, Inclusion and representation (ii) In this part 2 of his article on the Constitution (Amendment) Bill, Rama S