Updated Guide to Doing Business in Madagascar published by member firm MGI Qualex
MGI Worldwide member firm MGI Qualex, based in Antananarivo, has published an updated Guide to Doing Business in Madagascar providing a detailed overview about the country, business legal forms and taxation, for all MGI Worldwide accounting network members who may have interests in the region.
Located south of the equator, in the Indian Ocean, Madagascar is part of the African continent and the fifth largest island in the world after Australia, Greenland, New Guinea and Borneo.
The country is separated from East Africa by the Mozambique Channel and is surrounded by other islands and archipelagos including Mauritius, Seychelles, Mayotte, Comoros and Reunion. The capital is Antananarivo and the currency is the Ariary (MGA).
The economy of Madagascar is essentially based on agriculture, mining, fishing and tourism industries.
Doing Business in Madagascar
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About MGI Qualex
MGI Qualex is an accountancy and accounting outsourcing firm in Madagascar that offers high quality services in its areas of expertise: chartered accountancy, auditing and consulting.