|Mauritius breeders hit back at UK campaign|
afrol News, 22 October - Over the last weeks, UK animal welfare activists have flooded the web with "shocking pictures" of cruelty against macaque monkeys trapped and bred in Mauritius. Local firms now hit back, documenting they take animal welfare seriously.
|Indian Ocean tourism cooperation limping|
afrol News, 7 October - Mauritius, Seychelles, Réunion and Comoros; together these Indian Ocean islands could be a powerful travel destination by a united marketing drive. But main players admit high-profiled cooperation talks are only empty words.
|Foreigners working as "modern slaves" in Mauritius|
afrol News / IPS, 5 July - Workers from Bangladesh have helped Mauritius to achieve the economic success and world market share that the Indian Ocean island state boasts about. But many live and work in conditions described as akin to "modern slavery", apart from facing discrimination, the denial of labour rights and even violence.
|Mauritius PM starts third term|
afrol News, 14 May - The new government of Mauritius has been sworn in, with Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam appointing a new team for his third term. The political alliance led by the PM won the 5 May elections.
|Cold sea water to cool Mauritius pc-s|
afrol News, 31 March - The Mauritian government is joining the country's private sector in an exciting project to tap the undersea cold water to cool off operations by data centres on the island. Large resources are currently spent on electricity for cooling.
|Mauritian bank deploys new ATM testing solution|
afrol News, 19 August - Level Four, the leading provider of open standards-based ATM software, today announced that the Mauritius Commercial Bank (MCB) has successfully gone live with its ATM Developer automated testing solution. MCB is the largest bank in Mauritius and has an ATM estate of 146 machines.
|Mauritius to "eradicate absolute poverty"|
afrol News, 2 June - The government of Mauritius, in its 2009 budget, announces a plan to eradicate absolute poverty on the Indian Ocean island state. The budget in particular aims at addressing the increasing unemployment rate associated with the global crisis.
|Mauritius seeks stronger ICT sector|
afrol News, 17 April - The government of Mauritius has announced it will develop a new national plan to promote the information and communication technology (ITC) sector, aiming at boosting the number of national companies involved in the sector and creating a new export industry.
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