According to many experts in the financial and investment sector is Mwali that could be next Ta Haven, where all human rights will be respected, his business and the risen capital.
Thanks to this policy of no cooperation and protecting of citizens and the residents, can be said that this country offers a lot for business investment and a quiet life in the country where your rights are honored.
The field of the financial and banking business is very developed.
The correct policy of the state, religion and the wisdom of its rulers are combined into a single system that promises success for foreign capital investments.
Mohéli, also known as Mwali, is one of the three islands which make up the nation of Comoros. Mohéli is located in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Africa. It is by far the smallest of the Comoros islands. Its population, as of 2009, is about 38,500. Its capital city is Fomboni. Its main ethnic group, as on the other Comoros islands Grande Comore and Anjouan as well as the French territory Mayotte, is the Comorian ethnic group, a synthesis of Bantu, Arab, Malay and Malagasy culture, and the main religion is Sunni Islam.
Postage stamps were issued for Mohéli briefly under French rule; this two-centime value dates from 1906.
On 19 April 2001, the first protected area in this country Mohéli Marine Park was gazetted. This was the culmination of a unique process by which the local communities in the ten villages around the park boundaries negotiated a collaborative arrangement with the government for the establishment and management of the park.
Not surprisingly therefore, the marine park programme was among the 27 finalists selected from nearly 500 nominations by the Equator Initiative, a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), IUCN, the UN Foundation and four other international groups, to promote community-based initiatives aimed at furthering sustainable development.
|Business in Comoros Island
|Traditionally, seaborne trade played an important role in the Islands' economy. Today, agriculture is the principal economic activity with crops grown both for domestic consumption and export ...