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Vol 52 No 18

Published 9th September 2011


Mozambique

Celso Correia, favourite son

At the age of 30, Celso Correia became the head of Mozambique’s second largest bank, the Banco Comercial e de Investimentos (BCI), and of the strategic northern transport corridor, the Corredor de Desenvolvimento do Norte (CDN). From relative obscurity, the young entrepreneur used his connections to the family of one of President Armando Guebuza’s friends to gain access to the President.

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