Energy crisis: Mauritius is not immune to the indirect effects of surging gas prices

Paul Baker, International Economics’ CEO was interviewed for Business Magazine on the surging gas prices and the effects on Mauritius.

Since the beginning of the year, natural gas prices have increased by almost 170%. Our CEO points out that Mauritius is not a consumer of natural gas, and is not directly affected by the use of shale gas; Countries in the Northern Hemisphere are the most impacted by the surge in gas prices.

Please find the full article below.

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