A recovery in domestic demand buoyed business confidence in Mauritius during the last quarter of 2014 after declining over three consecutive quarters, a survey of leading private sector companies showed on Thursday. The Mauritius Chamber of Commerce and Industry's quarterly confidence index climbed 6.4 percent to 82.5 points. The economy grew 3.5 percent last year, up from 3.2 percent in 2013, Statistics Mauritius. Chamber of commerce economist Renganaden Padayachy told a news conference that more than 60 percent of business leaders interviewed during the survey said they had noted an increase in demand during the last quarter.
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