Sushil Khushiram

Independent consultant and a former minister of financial services.

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On 14 June 2021, the Bank of Mauritius (BoM) issued a stunning Public Notice to claim that an exceptional transfer of Rs28 bn to Govt in Aug-Sep 2020

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This article reviews the current state of the economy with a focus on the major macro-economic indicators such as growth, the balance of payments, th

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The Bank of Mauritius (BoM) announcement to raise Rs60 billion on the market to finance the similar grant to Government (Govt) is a masquerade. Under

(This article is in 2 parts. Part I explains the distinction between the money printing measure of Rs60 bn announced by the Bank of Mauritius, and Qu

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The Minister of Finance, during several interventions in the National Assembly on 14 and 15 May, repeatedly affirmed that the current level of foreig

Former Minister of Financial Services and Economic Development Sushil Kushiram says that the proposed amendments to the Bank of Mauritius Act and the

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The global economy is already in the grip of a severe crisis, as Covid-19 spreads worldwide. It will unfortunately reach Mauritius at some stage, and

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View of Jakarta. Following the 1997/98 Asian financial crisis, Mauritius had become one of the leading foreign investors in Indonesia. The press

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The Finance Bill 2019 is proposing an amendment to the Bank of Mauritius Act which will provide free money financing to Government by the central ban

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The 2019/20 Budget is bent on creating the illusion that public debt is under control. Besides manipulating debt data, the budget is also being used

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The 2019/20 Budget is aptly summed up by the plethora of mini-measures to provide tax sops and monetary transfers to the population at large, in almo

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The 2019/20 Budget is aptly summed up by the plethora of mini-measures to provide tax sops and monetary transfers to the population at large, in almo

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The policies of the 2018/19 budget focus more on extending social largesse, and less on rectifying the economy’s structural imbalances, says Sushil K

The 2017/18 budget has raised expectations of a major economic transformation, driven by distinctive policy changes and an ambitious public investmen