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Seychelles

Közepesen felhős
  • Közepesen felhős
  • Hőmérséklet: 30 °C
  • Szél: Északnyugat, 27.8 km/h
  • Légnyomás: 1008 hPa
  • Rel. páratartalom: 66 %
  • Látástávolság: 10 mérföld
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IMF executive director in Seychelles

14.05.2009 


The executive director representing Seychelles at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dr Hi-Su Lee, will be in the country from today until Sunday May 17. 

He will join the IMF mission already here and will attend some of the key meetings scheduled for the next few days.

As part of his visit he will also meet President James Michel, Finance Minister Danny Faure and Central Bank governor Pierre Laporte.

Major economic partners meet at forum today

14.05.2009 


Seychelles’ main economic partners come together today at a major forum to be attended by nearly 100 people at the International Conference Centre.

President James Michel will open the forum, after which the partners will get a chance to listen to presentations on what we are doing to reform the economy. People will have a chance to ask questions during what the Ministry of Finance termed “an information sharing session”.

Indian team look to boost links with Seychelles

13.05.2009 


A three-man delegation from India is looking to boost existing ties between Seychelles and the sub-continent, and to raise the number of Indian companies investing here.

President Michel welcomes Mr Surie at State House

The country’s secretary of external affairs Nalin Surie said this yesterday when his group called on President James Michel and Vice-President Joseph Belmont at State House.

President hails India-Seychelles cooperation

19.05.2009 


President James Michel has described the bilateral cooperation between India and Seychelles as an exemplary collaboration between two friendly countries.

He was speaking yesterday at the Seychelles Coast Guard (SCG) jetty after visiting the patrol boat Topaz, which had been in India for refitting.

The maintenance work on the Topaz was entirely funded by the Indian government as part of the military cooperation between the two countries.

EU fisheries delegation leaves after fruitful mission

19.05.2009 


A fisheries and maritime affairs delegation from the European Union left the country yesterday after a mission described as fruitful.

The team, headed by EU commissioner Joe Borg, called on President James Michel on Friday and then had a weekend of talks, meetings and visits to Victoria fishing port and the Seychelles Coast Guard.

In a meeting with the press yesterday morning, Mr Borg and Minister for Environment, Natural Resources and Transport Joel Morgan said relations between the EU and Seychelles regarding fisheries – including their partnership agreement – and the problem of piracy were among the main issues discussed.

Reforms boost confidence in rupee – President

19.05.2009 


Seychelles is convinced that its revamped monetary framework will provide the basis for increased confidence in the rupee and stability in the banking sector.

President Michel addressing …

President James Michel said this yesterday when he opened a forum at which local and international partners talked about our economic reforms.

He said the Central Bank has contained the inflationary effects of 
floating the rupee by adopting a tight monetary stance.

“I am pleased to note the rupee has stabilised at just over R14 to the dollar. This is a significant reduction from the R18 to the dollar in November last year,” he said.

Seychelles makes impact at ocean forum

18.05.2009 


Seychelles has given a keynote address – on fisheries and climate change – at the World Ocean Conference, which ended successfully on Friday in Manado, Indonesia.
 Dr Payet headed Seychelles’ delegation at the Manado meet

Dr Payet headed Seychelles' delegation at the Manado meet

Seychelles starts bid to rejoin world trade body

18.05.2009 


Seychelles has begun the process of rejoining the World Trade Organisation (WTO) by giving a clear picture of its current economic situation and policies.

Mr Morin (right) presents Mr Osakwe with Seychelles’ Memorandum of Foreign Trade Regime

Partners in our economic reform come together

18.05.2009 

Seychelles’ main economic partners come together today at a major forum to be attended by nearly 100 people at the International Conference Centre.

President James Michel will open the forum, after which the partners will get a chance to listen to presentations on what we are doing to reform the economy. People will have a chance to ask questions during what the Ministry of Finance termed “an information sharing session”.

“Seychelles will be able to follow the economic reform programme if we have the partnership with and support of the international community, together with our local partners,” Finance Minister Danny Faure said when announcing the meeting last week.

 

 

 

IMF commends Seychelles for reform success

18.05.2009 


The head of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) review mission Paul Mathieu on Saturday commended the government and the Central Bank saying the programme is achieving its goals.

He was speaking after IMF’s second two-week review of the reforms which were launched in November.

“We really need to congratulate the authorities, the Central Bank and the government for the strength of the reform process and the determination they have shown in implementing this reform.

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