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Productivity and Competitiveness Index (2011 - 2021)
The Productivity and Competitiveness Index (2011 - 2021) has recently been published by Statistics Mauritius. Here are the main highlights: During the period 2011 to 2021, the Gross Value Added (GVA) in real terms grew by an annual average of 1.6%. During the same period, the real output of the Manufacturing sector fell by 0.1% annually and that of Export Oriented Enterprises (EOE) decreased at an annual rate of 3.3%.

In 2021, labour input for the whole economy fell by 6.4%, after declining by 5.5% in 2020; while GVA increased by 4.2% in 2021, after a contraction of 14.4% in 2020. Thus, labour productivity for the economy rose by 11.4% in 2021, after a decline of 9.4% in 2020. Labour productivity for the Manufacturing sector increased by 13.6% in 2021, compared to a decline of 11.6% in 2020 and that of EOE witnessed a rise of 20.4% in 2021 after a fall of 15.1% in 2020.

Capital productivity for the whole economy rose by 4.8% in 2021 compared to a fall of 15.1% in 2020, and that for Manufacturing increased by 11.8% in 2021 after declining by 12.7% in 2020. For EOE, it increased by 12.3% in 2021 after a decline of 17.6% in 2020.

From 2011 to 2021, average compensation of employees increased by an average of 4.9% annually for the whole economy and by 2.3% for Manufacturing sector and 2.9% for EOE. ULC defined as the remuneration of labour (compensation of employees) per unit of output, grew at an average annual rate of 2.9% for the total economy, 0.8% for Manufacturing sector and 1.8% for EOE, as a result of higher growths in average compensation of employees compared to labour productivity.
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Gender Statistics 2021
In 2021, the population comprised 640,057 women compared to 626,003 men. Women outnumbered men by 14,054 as they lived on average 6.9 years longer than men.
Only 10.4% of working women were heads of business compared to 23.6% among men. Women were largely under-represented in decision making at higher sphere of society: the number of female ministers was only 3 out of 21.
According to the Global Gender Gap Index (GGI) of the World Economic Forum, Mauritius was ranked 110 out of 155 countries worldwide. The GGI measures gender equality across four key areas, namely: (a) economic participation and opportunity, (b) educational attainment, (c) health and survival and (d) political empowerment.
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IMF Mauritius: Staff Report for the 2022 Article IV Consultation-Press Release; and Staff Report
The economy is recovering from the pandemic following a substantial contraction in 2020.
Staff projects real GDP growth of 6.1 percent in 2022. The economic rebound is expected to be driven primarily by the tourism sector with tourist arrivals expected at 60 percent of pre-pandemic levels.
Unemployment is expected to decline as the economy recovers and to return to trend in the medium-term.
Annual inflation is expected to rise to 11.4 percent in 2022 due to surging commodity prices, past depreciation of the rupee, and recovering domestic demand.
The economy is expected to converge to its pre-pandemic trend growth of 3-3½ percent in the  medium term.
Mauritius should embrace structural transformation to continue along the path to sustainable and resilient long-term growth. Priorities should be on enhancing diversification and competitiveness, including greater digitalization of the economy and adaptation and mitigation policies to tackle climate change vulnerabilities
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Global Gender Gap Report 2022
In 2022, the global gender gap has been closed by 68.1%. At the current rate of progress, it will take 132 years to reach full parity.
Although no country has yet achieved full gender parity, the top 10 economies have closed at least 80% of their gender gaps, with Iceland (90.8%) leading the global ranking. Iceland remains the only economy to have closed more than 90% of its gender gap. Other Scandinavian countries such as Finland (86%, 2nd), Norway (84.5%, 3rd) and Sweden (82.2%, 5th) feature in the top 5, with additional European countries such as Ireland (80.4%) and Germany (80.1%) in 9th and 10th positions, respectively. Sub-Saharan African countries Rwanda (81.1%, 6th) and Namibia (80.7%, 8th), along with one Latin American country, Nicaragua (81%, 7th), and one country from East Asia and the Pacific, New Zealand (84.1%, 4th), also take positions in the top 10. Nicaragua and Germany are the new entrants in the top 10 in 2022, while Lithuania (79.9%,11th) and Switzerland (79.5%, 13th) drop out this year. Mauritius is ranked 105th out of 146 countries
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World Population Prospects 2022
The world’s population continues to grow, but the pace of growth is slowing down. In 2020, the growth rate of the global population fell under 1 per cent per year for the first time since 1950. The latest projections by the United Nations suggest that the world’s population could grow to around 8.5 billion in 2030 and  9.7 billion in 2050; it is projected to reach a peak of around 10.4 billion people during the 2080s and to remain at that  level until 2100. The world’s population is projected to reach 8 billion on 15 November 2022, and India is projected to surpass China as the world’s most populous country in 2023.
More and more countries have begun to experience population decline. Fertility has fallen markedly in recent decades for many countries. Today, two-thirds of the global population lives in a country or area where lifetime fertility is below 2.1 births per woman, roughly the level required for zero growth in the long run for a population with low mortality. The populations of 61 countries or areas are projected to decrease by 1 per cent or more between 2022 and 2050, owing to sustained low levels of fertility and, in some cases, elevated rates of emigration.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all three components of population change. Global life expectancy at birth fell to 71.0 years in 2021, down from 72.8 in 2019, due mostly to the impact of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
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More Reports

Export Oriented Enterprises (EOE)
Global Gender Gap Index 2021
Consumer Price Index 1st Quarter 2021
MCB Focus No. 83 - Economic Update
World Bank Report - Mauritius through the eyes of a perfect storm
Productivity and Competitiveness Indicators, 2010 -2020
World Economic Forum - Chief Economists Outlook - November 2021
Sustaining the COVID-era attitudes for the long run
World Economic Outlook January 2022
Women, Business and the Law 2022 (WBL2022)
Global-Economic-Prospects-June-2022
Quarterly National Accounts (1st Quarter 2022)

Worldwide Cost of Living 2020-How is Covid-19 affecting the prices of consumer goods?
Global Economic Prospects - January 2021
Global Economic Prospects January 2021 Regional Overview
World Happiness Report 2021
Monitoring the Socio-Economic Effects of COVID-19 on Mauritian Households – Dec 2020
Quarterly National Accounts 4th Quarter 2020

2020 Ibrahim Index of African Governance
How do Mauritians feel about their health
Regional Economic Outlook Sub- Saharan Africa Oct 2020
World Economic Outlook Future of Jobs 2020
Consumer Price Index 3rd Quarter 2020
World Economic Outlook 2020
Monthly External Merchandise Trade Statistics - July 2020
Global Innovation Index 2020
Population and Vital Statistics - Jan - Jun 2020

 

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