British American Tobacco Indian Ocean Islands Business Unit regroups Reunion, Madagascar, Comores, Mayotte, Seychelles and Mauritius more than Rs5.2bns in terms of annual turnover. This business unit
British American Tobacco has been in business for more than 100 years, trading through the turbulence of wars, revolutions and nationalisations as well as all the controversy surrounding smoking.
Natural Features: Small coastal plain rising to discontinuous mountains encircling central plateau
Rainy Seasons: Dec-Apri
Accommodation: Mauritius has several luxury resorts as well as budget
Mauritius Holidays is operated by Travel Centre (Clapham) of London. Established in 1979, this privately-owned company is, today, recognised to be the leader in the Mauritius Market.
Founded in 1970, the Joint Economic Council (JEC) is the coordinating body of the Private Sector of Mauritius and it regroups the main business organizations of the country.
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After the capture of the island from the French the British re-named Ile de France 'Mauritius' and Port Louis was retained as the principal harbour. British administration started with Robert