The Nation of Mauritius is a good model for developing economies to follow
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"An efficient and transparent regulatory regime supports broad-based economic development, and competitive tax rates and a flexible labor code facilitate private-sector growth. A sound legal framework protects property rights. The pace of reform has slipped, suggesting a deterioration in competitiveness." https://www.heritage.org/index/country/mauritius and as such is a good model for other developing nations to follow
Mauritius is a small island of around 1m people and fairly limited natural resources. While the model has suited this country, and helped develop it, other developing countries with different population profiles, resources, or locations are not gaurenteed to be as successful if applying it due to various conditions. As such, the Mauritius model isn’t guaranteed to be beneficial for all countries.
Is this not against what you usually tout, this nation has low corporate tax rates and free markets, not very socialistic. Just curious.