Emilie Filou
Emilie Filou is a freelance journalist specialising in business and development issues in Africa. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, The Economist and The Africa Report, among other publications. She also writes for the Lonely Planet.
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Mauritius: getting it right Once dismissed as an unlikely success story, this island nation has built a thriving, diverse economy on solid policies By Emilie Filou In 1961, things were not looking good for the small Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. A British colony at the time, its economy relied almost entirely on sugarcane. Unemployment […]

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Emilie Filou
Emilie Filou is a freelance journalist specialising in business and development issues in Africa. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, The Economist and The Africa Report, among other publications. She also writes for the Lonely Planet.
Good job

Good job

Mauritius: getting it right Once dismissed as an unlikely success story, this island nation has built a thriving, diverse economy on solid policies By Emilie Filou In 1961, things were not looking good for the small Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. A British colony...