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    Mauritius, a remote island republic made up of four main islands and located in the middle of the Indian Ocean, has become the most prosperous country in Africa and the first to be listed by the United Nations as a country with very high human development.

    Thanks to a reform process launched in the early 1970s, this small country has become one of the most important financial and tourist hubs on the African continent. This is the story of the greatest economic success story of the entire African continent, a country that now aspires to become a kind of bridge between Asia and Africa.

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