This paper analyses the attempt by Mauritius to replicate the
export success of the East Asia "Tiger Economies" by adapting
outward-oriented trade and investment strategies. It reviews
Mauritius' competitive strengths and weaknesses at the national and
enterprise level: its policies for trade, industry, foreign
investment, industrial technology, human capital and EPZ
infrastructure, and provides a detailed strategy for sustaining
future export competitiveness. The Mauritius experience offers
valuable lessons for other developing and transition economies.
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