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Foreign Trade in the Seychelles, Victoria

Business in the Seychelles (highest GDP per inhabitant in Africa, Exports) Sesel, Victoria, Mahé

The Seychelles (Republic of Seychelles) is an East African island country

  1. Repiblik Sesel in Seychellois Creole
  2. Victoria (main island of Mahé, 24,000 inhabitants) is the economic, political and administrative capital of the Seychelles and the largest Seychellois city
  3. The Seychelles have gone from being an essentially agricultural society to an open and diversified economy based on services
  4. The highest nominal GDP per inhabitant in Africa
  5. Largest Seychellois economic activity: tourism
  6. Main agricultural products: sweet potatoes, vanilla, copra, cinnamon, coconut and cinnamon
  7. Main export products of Seychelles: vanilla and fish (processed and frozen)
  8. Port Victoria is the largest Seychellois port
    1. Port Victoria is the largest tuna transshipment port in the Indian Ocean.
  9. Important off-shore activity
  10. Neighbouring island countries: the Comoros, Madagascar (1,600 kilometres) and Mauritius

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International Trade and Business in the Seychelles

  1. Seychellois population: 94,000 inhabitants
    1. Seychellois Population density: 482 inhabitants / km²
    2. 90% of the Seychelles live on the island of Mahé. Most of the other Seychellois live in Praslin and Le Digue
  2. Area of the Seychelles: of 459 km²
  3. Distance from the Seychelles to East Africa mainland: 1,500 kilometres
  4. Seychelles International Airport
  5. Seychelles is a key player in the fight against piracy in the Indian Ocean, mainly by Somalis

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  1. The Seychelles are a unitary presidential Republic
  2. Independence of the Seychelles from the United Kingdom: 1976
  3. Calling code of the Seychelles: 248
  4. Country code top-level domain of the Seychelles: .sc
  5. Currency of the Seychelles: Seychelles Rupee (SCR​)

Customs of the Seychelles

Districts of the Seychelles

The Seychelles are an archipelago formed by 115 islands in the Indian Ocean
  1. A group of 42 islands, called the inner islands (total area of 244 km², 98% of the Seychelles)
  2. Most uninhabited islands, with many natural reserve

The Seychelles has 26 districts

Victoria is composed of English River, Saint Louis and Mont Fleuri

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Provinces (region):

  1. Seychelles Victoria
  2. Outer Islands Victoria / Seychelles
  3. Islands Mahé / Islands Mahé
  4. Grand Victoria
    1. Bel Air / Bel Air
    2. English River / English River
    3. Mont Buxton / Mont Buxton
    4. Mont Fleuri / Mont Fleuri
    5. Plaisance / Plaisance
    6. Saint Louis / Saint Louis
    7. Mamelles / Mamelles
    8. Roche Caïman / Roche Caïman
  5. West Mahé
    1. Anse Boileau / Anse Boileau
    2. Bel Ombre / Bel Ombre
    3. Great Anse / Great Anse
    4. Port Glaud / Port Glaud
  6. North Mahé
    1. Anse Étoile / Anse Étoile
    2. Beau Vallon / Beau Vallon
    3. Glacis
  7. East Mahé
    1. Anse aux Pins / Anse Aux Pins
    2. Au Cap / The Plaine Saint-André
    3. Cascade
    4. Pointe le Rue / Pointe le Rue
  8. South Mahé
    1. Anse Royale / Anse Royale
    2. Baie Lazare / Baie Lazare
    3. Takamaka / Takamaka
  9. Islands Praslin / Islands Praslin
  10. Digue Islands / Digue Islands
  11. Inner Islands
    1. Baie Sainte Anne / Anse Volbert
    2. Grande Anse Praslin / Grand Anse
  12. Digue and the inner Islands /Passe
  13. Outer Islands (Coëtivy)

Trade Organisations (Seychelles)

  1. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
  2. U.S.-COMESA Agreement
  3. Southern African Development Community (SADC)
  4. COMESA-EAC-SADC Agreement
  5. Indian Ocean Commission
  6. IORA
  7. United Kingdom-Mauritius-Seychelles-Zimbabwe Free Trade Agreement
  8. International Organization of La Francophonie (OIF)
  9. European Union-Eastern and Southern African States (Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Zimbabwe) Free Trade Agreement
  10. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

Indian Ocean Commission

Southern African Development Community (SADC)

  1. African Union
  3. Economic Commission for Africa
  4. African Development Bank

Main Seychellois ethnicities:

Most of the Seychellois are descendants of the first French and African settlers who arrived in the 19th century.

The main religion of the Seychelles is Christianity (77% of the Seychellois).

Languages of the Seychelles

The official languages are French, English and Seychellois Creole

  1. Seychellois Creole (Kreol), a Creole language derived from African and French languages, is the mother tongue of 92% of Seychellois
  2. English and French are also commonly used
  3. English (60% of the population) is the language of government and commerce

Higher Education in the Seychelles

Minister of Education of the Seychelles

  1. University of the Seychelles

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