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International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

1. On behalf of the Mauritian authorities, we would like to thank Management and staff for the candid and constructive dialogue and invaluable technical assistance which have contributed to strengthen the authorities’ policy framework and preserve macroeconomic stability and steady growth over the years. The authorities welcome the staff report which provides a balanced assessment of the macroeconomic situation, including progress achieved to date as well as challenges and policy priorities. They also found the focus of the Selected Issues paper on savings, the

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.4 0.8 … External interest payments (in percent of exports of goods and services) 2.3 2.1 2.1 1.8 1.4 1.5 Foreign currency long-term debt rating by Moody’s Baa2 Baa2 Baa2 Baa2 Baa2 Baa2 Sources: Mauritian authorities, staff estimates. 1/ Fiscal year from July to June. 2/ Sugar crops and milling included in fiscal year harvested; otherwise, averages of calendar-year data. 3/ 2002/03 figure refers to the period July 2002 -February 2003. 4/ 728-day treasury bills were introduced

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

,812 15,757 16,757 17,856 18,929 20,051 Public sector debt, fiscal year (percent of GDP) 66.9 65.0 63.7 64.9 67.5 67.8 66.7 65.5 64.4 63.3 Public sector debt, calendar year (percent of GDP) 63.6 64.4 63.7 65.1 … … … … … … Foreign and local currency long-term debt rating (Moody’s) Baa1 Baa1 Baa1 … … … … … … … Sources: Mauritian authorities; and IMF staff estimates and projections. 1 GFSM 2001 concept of net lending/net borrowing, includes special and other

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

in BPM5 terms with positive values indicating inflows. External debt is calculated as end of year. Mauritius: Current Account Balance, 2015Q1–2018Q3 (In Million USD) Source: Mauritian authorities. Note: The financial account is presented in BPM5 terms with positive values indicating inflows. Mauritius: Financial Account Balance, 2015Q1–2018Q3 (In Million USD) Source: Mauritian authorities. Note: The financial account is presented in BPM5 terms with positive values indicating inflows. 6. The nominal and real effective exchange

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,146 VAT returns received on time … … 1,010 1,010 1,066 1,075 1,090 1,111 1,115 In percent of total VAT returns due … … 92.9 91.9 96.6 96.8 95.8 97.5 97.3 Percentage of returns received within 20 days of first reminder notice … … 98.9 99.4 98.6 99.5 98.9 99.1 … Source: Mauritian authorities. 1/ The VAT came into effect in September 1998. 7. Over the period September 1998-April 1999, the total of sales tax, hotel tax, and VAT collected was 60 percent higher than during the