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Mauritius tourist arrivals rise 3.6 pct in first quarter: stats office
10 April 2017 - The number of tourists visiting Mauritius rose 3.6 percent in the first quarter of 2017 from a year ago, mainly due to more visitors from Europe and Asia, the statistics bureau said on Monday. Tourism is a major source of foreign currency for the Indian Ocean island state, known for its luxury spas and beaches. (more)

Mauritius tourist arrivals climb 11 pct in 2016: stats office
10 January 2017 - Visitor numbers to Mauritius rose 11 percent in 2016 compared with the previous year, driven by more arrivals from Europe, official data showed on Tuesday (10 January). Tourism is an important component of the Mauritian economy and a key source of hard currency for the Indian Ocean island state, best known for its luxury spas and beaches. (more)

Mauritius raises 2016 tourism earnings forecast after surge in visitors
19 August 2016 - Mauritius said on Friday that tourism revenue in 2016 will be 1.8 percent higher than it had previously forecast, after a surge in visitors during the first half. Tourism is a valuable source of foreign exchange for the tiny Indian Ocean country known for its luxury spas and beaches. (more)

Mauritius raises its 2016 tourism earnings forecast by 2 pct
20 May 2016 - Mauritius said on Friday that tourism revenue in 2016 will be 1.9 percent higher than it had previously forecast, after a surge in visitors during the first quarter. Tourism is a valuable source of foreign exchange for Mauritius, an Indian Ocean country known for its luxury spas and beaches. In the first quarter of 2016, Mauritius attracted 327,836 tourists, up 12.5 percent from a year earlier. (more)

Mauritius tourist arrivals jump 8.9 per cent in first half
10 July 2015 - The number of tourists visiting Mauritius rose 8.9 per cent in the first half of 2015 from the same period last year, with more arrivals from Asia, official figures showed on Friday. Tourism is an important component of the Mauritian economy and a key source of hard currency for the Indian Ocean island state. (more)

Mauritius business confidence rises in Q1 -survey
30 April 2015 - Business confidence in Mauritius improved in the first quarter driven by a recovery in domestic demand, a survey of leading private companies showed on Wednesday. The Indian Ocean island's economy has slowly been recovering from the global financial crisis which hurt tourist arrivals, particularly from Europe. (more)

Mauritius says tourist arrivals up 10.6 per cent in Q1
10 April 2015 - The number of tourists visiting Mauritius rose 10.6 per cent in the first quarter of 2015 from a year ago, increased by arrivals from Europe and Asia, official figures showed on Friday. Tourism is a key source of hard currency for the Indian Ocean island state. Numbers from Europe, which accounts for two-thirds of visitors, rose 11.5 per cent, as arrivals from Britain alone increased by 30 per cent. The number of tourists visiting from Asia rose by 18.4 per cent, helped by a 24.8 per cent increase in arrivals from China. (more)

Mauritius business confidence recovers in last quarter of 2014
29 January 2015 - A recovery in domestic demand buoyed business confidence in Mauritius during the last quarter of 2014 after declining over three consecutive quarters. The Indian Ocean island's economy has slowly been recovering from the global financial crisis which hurt tourist arrivals, particularly from Europe. The economy grew 3.5 per cent last year, up from 3.2 per cent in 2013, according to Statistics Mauritius. (more)

Mauritius business confidence recovers in last quarter of 2014
29 January 2015 - A recovery in domestic demand buoyed business confidence in Mauritius during the last quarter of 2014 after declining over three consecutive quarters, a survey of leading private sector companies showed. The Indian Ocean island's economy has slowly been recovering from the global financial crisis which hurt tourist arrivals, particularly from Europe. (more)

Mauritius tourist arrivals rise 4.6 per cent in 2014
8 January 2015 - The number of tourists visiting Mauritius rose 4.6 per cent in 2014, driven by increased demand from Europe and China, the government said on Thursday. Earnings from tourism, which is a valuable source of foreign exchange for the Indian Ocean island state, rose 10.8 per cent year-on-year. (more)


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Mauritius: Presenting Maharishi's contributions to the revival of Vedic wisdom
9 March 2012 - During a recent visit to Mauritius, Dr Bevan Morris, President of Maharishi University of Management, together with MUM Trustees Dr Michael Dillbeck and Dr Susan Dillbeck, addressed Arya Sabha Mauritius--an organization for the preservation of Vedic traditions in the country. Their presentation described the profound contributions of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in reawakening the Vedic tradition of knowledge throughout the world. (more)

Mauritius: Businesspeople enjoy Transcendental Meditation
28 December 2009 - Employees of a business in Mauritius are enjoying the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation Programme, thanks to the inspiration of a co-worker who is a long-time practitioner of the technique. (more)

Mauritius: Ten-day health fair features Maharishi Ayur-Veda products
24 December 2008 - A recent 10-day health fair in Mauritius featured products of Maharishi Ayur-Veda, part of a programme to bring the unique and profound benefits of this supreme science of Vedic health care to the whole population, for the health, well-being, and invincibility of the nation. (more)

New Maharishi School promises sustained invincibility for island nation of Mauritius
27 June 2008 - Speaking 21 June 2008 on Maharishi Global Family Chat, Raja Michael Dillbeck, Raja of Invincible France, Latvia, Mauritius, Fiji, Algeria, Cameroon, Tonga, and Congo for the Global Country of World Peace, reported plans in Mauritius for the building of a Maharishi School on agricultural land. (more)

Mauritius holds conferences for ladies under the auspices of the Global Mother Divine Organization
25 June 2008 - Speaking on Maharishi Global Family Chat, Raja Michael Dillbeck, Raja of Invincible France, Latvia, Mauritius, Fiji, Algeria, Cameroon, Tonga, and Congo for the Global Country of World Peace, reported 21 June 2008 on plans for conferences to be held for ladies in Mauritius on the Total Knowledge Based progammes of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Global Country of World Peace. The conferences will take place with support and guidance from the Global Mother Divine Organization. (more)

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