I believe it is crucial to understand the ins and outs while thinking of taking over a business in a foreign land. Here’s a reblog of the original post for those who missed it.
While reading the news or browsing through online forums and other social media, one often comes across sad stories of foreigners getting trapped after buying what promised to be a lucrative business venture. Victims are often investors who want to invest and settle down in Mauritius. And often they end up with little choice than to pack up and return to their home country empty-handed. Once home they start from scratch all over again as all funds and assets have been spent up while pursuing their Mauritian dream.
For such people Mauritius then, with reason in some cases, becomes a land full of evil-minded businessmen. It is of course unfair to generalize and categorize Mauritius as crook-island, but the blow can be so hard at times that such negativity can be understood.
Let me reassure you that Mauritius is far from being as bad. Our island is not full of…