Coronavirus threatens Mauritius’ tourism industry

Paul Baker, International Economics’ CEO was interviewed for the Business Magazine on the short and long-term effects the Coronavirus is having on the tourism industry in Mauritius. The outbreak is expected to impact the tourism trade heavily, with the effects already being felt by the sector. Our CEO foresees a decline in tourist incomings to Mauritius until the second quarter of 2020, and recommends the expansion of tourism beyond the traditional markets. Please find the full article here.

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