Investment Policy Review of Seychelles

19 Nov 2020

The Investment Policy Review of Seychelles argues that to achieve the country’s objectives, stated in its Vision 2033, reforms of the legal and regulatory aspects of the environment for business are needed, in particular given the consequences on tourism of the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights that the economy requires new skills, innovation and competition to strengthen local productive capacities and enhance resilience to shocks. The Government will also have to clarify the synergies between investment and entrepreneurship policies, to set specific targets for the type of investors and entrepreneurs needed, and to strengthen institutional coordination.