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The Comoros mineral industry comprises of clay, sand, gravel, and crushed stone for local consumption. The demand for cement, steel, and petroleum products is achieved through imports. 


 Madagascar’s mining sector in made up of diverse mineral resources. Key mineral resources include various types of precious and semi-precious stones. Madagascar additionally is home to the world’s largest reserves of ilmenite / titanium ore, as well as important reserves of chromite, coal, iron, cobalt, copper and nickel. 


Mauritius contains selected mineral resources with a rough annual production of  1 million tons of stone, 300,000 tons of sand, 7,000 tons of lime, and 6,000 tons of salt. Minerals in Mauritius comprises of basalt construction stone, coral sand, lime for coral, and solar-evaporated sea salt. 


Seychelle’s mineral industry consists mostly of construction materials such as clay, coral, sand, and stone. Over the years Seychelles was estimated to produce around 210,000 metric tons per year (t/yr) of gravel and crushed stone, 93,000 t/yr of granite, and 8,100 t/yr of sand.


Commodities that are imported into Reunion include manufactured goods, food, beverages, tobacco, raw materials, heavy machinery and transportation apparatus. Prime exports include sugar, rum vanilla, and perfume essences.