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Vieux 07/07/2004, 17h47
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li 1 peu sagrinant pou tender ki leconomi moris p desane de jour en jour
ki fer zotte croire ine arrive sa?
ki zotte penser cpv fer pou resoudre sa situation la?

its a bit sad to hear that the economy of mauritius is decreasing day by day
why this has happened?
what do you think can be done to resolve this situation?

C`est un peu chagrinant d`entendre que l`économie de l`ile-maurice est en train de diminuer jour en jour
Selon Vous.Quelle est la raison?
Qu`es-ce qui peut faire pour résoudre cette situation?
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Vieux 07/07/2004, 18h30
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Giving incentives to talented, highly-qualified Mauritians to go back and contribute would be a start. Paying them salaries on a par with those lavished on the (so-called) foreign consultants that Mauritius is continuously calling upon to help set-up new schemes (IT, business, and other fields) is a must. At least some of that money would make its way back to Mauritius and, morever, these Mauritians are quite likely to go beyond the call of duty to get things right (and not be mere mercenaries after a quick buck and a good tan!). My two cents worth.
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Vieux 07/07/2004, 18h37
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Lack of skilled workers has led to a lack of skilled jobs. There are tons of Mauritian students studying abroad. Even if they all came back, it would be unlikely for them to find jobs in their fields. More ofthen than not, they would be forced to accept jobs that they are over-qualified for.

Even if you are lucky to find a job, it would not match the foreign level of pay or quality of life.

Same is true in N.america. Almost everone has a BA/B.Com/B.Sc so it is hard to find jobs. You either have to continue your education or get polytechnic training.

In a perfect world, the cybercite is a good idea and helps to solve some of these problems. As foreign companies build offices, Univ. of Mauritius and other institutions can offer the programs that MATCH education with work skills.
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Vieux 07/07/2004, 18h39
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Giving incentives to talented, highly-qualified Mauritians to go back and contribute would be a start. Paying them the salaries on a par with those lavished on the (so-called) foreign consultants that Mauritius is continuously calling upon to help set-up new schemes (IT, business, and other fields) is a must. At least some of that money would make its way back to Mauritius and, morever, these Mauritians are quite likely to go beyond the call of duty to get things right (and not be mere mercenaries after a quick buck and a good tan!). My two cents worth.
A lot of the consulting fees that they pay are not equivalent to what can be earned in America/Europe and all they do is attract underqualified Indians.
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Vieux 07/07/2004, 18h40
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Another issue: all of the foreigners (chinese, sri lanka, indians) working in the zone franche while Mauritians are fired, leading to higher unemployment/chomage?
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Vieux 07/07/2004, 20h06
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Another issue: all of the foreigners (chinese, sri lanka, indians) working in the zone franche while Mauritians are fired, leading to higher unemployment/chomage?
my views on this is that the foreigners take less money than mauritians do.
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Vieux 07/07/2004, 22h42
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A lot of the consulting fees that they pay are not equivalent to what can be earned in America/Europe and all they do is attract underqualified Indians.
This is orthogonal to the argument I feel. There's always somewhere where one might be paid more (in all likelihood). As long as it's a match with what the (possibly underqualified) "consultants" are getting, then some people will feel like going back as the money will be more than adequate for living comfortably in Mauritius while feeling valued by one's motherland.
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Vieux 08/07/2004, 23h15
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This is orthogonal to the argument I feel. There's always somewhere where one might be paid more (in all likelihood). As long as it's a match with what the (possibly underqualified) "consultants" are getting, then some people will feel like going back as the money will be more than adequate for living comfortably in Mauritius while feeling valued by one's motherland.
You are right, but there is no financial benefit of doing so. There are, however, other benefits (paying a Mauritian will ensure that the fees earned are spent in Mtian economy, while an expatriate will take the money home).

As the brain drain gets to be a bigger problem, I am sure that we will see this happen. But we have not reached this point yet.
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Vieux 09/07/2004, 09h18
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Languaz Morisien c Creol..

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This is orthogonal to the argument I feel
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li 1 peu sagrinant pou tender ki leconomi moris p desane de jour en jour
its a bit sad to hear that the economy of mauritius is decreasing day by day why this has happened?
C`est un peu chagrinant d`entendre que l`économie de l`ile-maurice est en train de diminuer jour en jour
Selon Vous.Quelle est la raison?
==> Extra sa..

Zot pé coze léconomie Moris, pa coze Anglais, coze Créol, kifer sa, né pli kone kose creole "Aprè 3 ans, 3 mois.. " ??? Sa mem mo pé gaigne nerfs or zot , zot kose anglais kot zot? si oui, beh zot encor sous l'occupation British, zot pé kose léconomie Moris, zot pa lacour la, péna Ministre lor sa forum la, à moins ki... kose creol, lerla mova senti mwa "culturellement" concerné. Pa fair division, ène sel lepep, ène sel Nation, ène sel languaz, ène sel kiltir Ca ki pé reste l'Angleterre, beh coze anglais, all'right sa', beh Anglais, pa mo Kilir sa C mo lopinyon EK mo bien fier koze mo ti Créole. A bon entendeur +

PS: mo croir énan ministres lor sa forum la..
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Vieux 09/07/2004, 09h21
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Canada /British

Si mo la Suisse, mo pou koze Suisse or zot, ayo péna languaze Suisse, ah oui, Suisse Allemand , zot lé ?
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