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    To build a resilient world, we must go circular. Here’s how to do it

      Naoko Ishii, Professor, Institute for Future Initiative, University of Tokyo and Frans van Houten, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Philips   The best way to build...

    Design global, manufacture local: a new industrial revolution?

      Vasilis Kostakis, Harvard University and Jose Ramos, Victoria University What if globally designed products could radically change how we work, produce and consume? Several examples...

    The Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) as a Catalyst for a Quantum Leap in Economic Development – Can Mauritius benefit?

      L. Amedee Darga, Managing Director, StraConsult The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) ambitions to develop a single African market for goods and services. Amedee...

    Graduating to Advanced Economy status: Enablers and Challenges for Mauritius

    Ali Mansoor, Chairman of the Regional Multidisciplinary Centre of Excellence (RMCE).   As Mauritius battles with the economic impact of the current pandemic, its aspiration to...

    EU Blacklisting: macroeconomic blow in a pandemic era

      Ibrahim Malleck, Managing Partner, Ebonia Capital   The decision of the EU to put Mauritius on its list of Third Countries having strategic deficiencies in their...

    Intervention de l’Etat au capital des entreprises : quelles leçons du Fonds Stratégique d’Investissement (FSI) pour Maurice ?

    Gilles Michel, Président, Charles Telfair Institute, Ex Directeur Général du Fonds Stratégiques d’Investissement Francais.   A l’instar de celle du Covid-19, beaucoup des crises économiques récentes...

    Coronavirus won’t kill globalisation – but a shakeup is inevitable

    Jun Du, Aston University; Agelos Delis, Aston University; Mustapha Douch, Aston University, and Oleksandr Shepotylo, Aston University   The COVID-19 pandemic is now expected to trigger...

    The Beginning of the End for Oil?

    Michael Kare, Five College professor emeritus of peace and world security studies.   Deadly, disruptive, and economically devastating as COVID-19 has proved to be, in retrospect...

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