World Bank declares Mauritius to be a high-income country
It’s official – Mauritius is a rich country.
The World Bank has declared Mauritius to be a high-income country.
Related article: World Bank declares once-poor Tanzania a middle-income country
It joins Seychelles as the only other rich African country.
Mauritians earn, on average, about R218 000 (US$12 740) per year.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Lee Kasumba, Host at Africa State of Mind.
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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