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Population: 29.67 mn.
GDP: $12.33 bn.
Debt: $12.01 bn.

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Limits to corruption campaign

A new conflict of interest law forces some politicians to resign but Frelimo still dominates the economy

A series of high-profile resignations has followed the introduction of laws governing conflicts of interest and corruption but there is considerable uncertainty about how much furt...

Spoils for all, please

The main opposition party, the Resistência Nacional Moçambicana, wants its share of the riches currently benefiting the ruling Frente de Libertação de Moçambique and its senior mem...

Frelimo's gold rush

Energy and infrastructure investment could transform the neglected north and affect the presidential succession

Anadarko and other oil companies predict that gas finds in Cabo Delgado could double Mozambique’s annual gross domestic product. Meanwhile, vast coal reserves are believed to lie i...

The Quionga network

General Alberto Joaquim Chipande’s key business move was the formation of Quionga Energia SA this January. Also involved are his long-time ally Gen. Raimundo Pachinuapa and former ...

Military manoeuvres

An intervention force from the Southern African Development Community will soon deploy in eastern Congo-Kinshasa. It looks like a rerun of the 1998-2003 Congo war but some key par...

Scramble for Nacala

Leaders of the Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (Frelimo) are poised to benefit personally from the expected bonanza from the development of Nacala port, Africa Confidential has ...

The titanium rush

The government has warned Chinese company Hong Ti Minerals to develop its mining project quickly as other Chinese firms join the hunt

Such is the competition for Mozambique’s mining permits that the government has threatened to revoke licences from companies that do not quickly develop their concessions. Mi...

The attractions of coal and gas

On her first state visit to Africa, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra pledged an $8 billion investment in Mozambican port and rail projects

Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra embarked on her maiden state visit to Africa in late July. Her first stop was Mozambique, where on 1 August she promised to make...

Agricultural revolution delayed

The ProSavana project that could turn Mozambique into a major agricultural producer has yet to convince local civil society groups and farmers

The ProSavana project has been set up to repeat a Japan International Cooperation Agency programme that helped to turn Brazil's Cerrado region into a major agricultural producer. I...

Armando Guebuza

President Mozambique: Mr Gue-Business in China

President Armando Emílio Guebuza met President Xi Jinping to discuss investment and solicit help in strengthening Mozambique's human resources ahead of the second session of the ...

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