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Mozambique

Mozambique

Population: 34.86m
GDP: $22.98bn
Debt: 96.9% of GDP (2024)

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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,...


Lobbying on

Just as Mozambique’s Resistência Nacional Moçambicana threatens to return to violence, the man who championed it at the height of its atrocities has surfaced in papers found in the...


Renamo threatens a return to violence

As it regroups to take on Frelimo in 2014, the former armed opposition talks of a return to the military option

In a chilling echo of history, Afonso Dhlakama, the leader of the biggest opposition party, the Resistência Nacional Moçambicana, has been threatening armed resistance against the ...


Coal train blues

Vast coal mines are ready to export millions of tonnes to Asia but disputes over transport and contracts are holding back the trade

Mining companies with a stake in Mozambique’s 23 billion tonnes of coal reserves are seeking alternative export routes to Asia because of disputes between the government and Indian...


It’s mine

Asian mining companies, from India’s state-owned giants to the opaque China International Fund, are taking up their positions for Mozambique’s great mining rush. The Indian governm...


The President is for turning

The people’s protests against ruinous rises in food prices may have ended Guebuza’s efforts to extend his rule

A week of street demonstrations has checked the confidence of the ruling Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (Frelimo). After describing a 30% rise in bread prices as ‘irreversible’...


The real cost of Maputo’s aid

Mozambique receives more aid per head than neighbouring – and similar – countries like Malawi and Tanzania. This is partly because of its long-past ‘post-conflict status’ but also ...


Aid strike in Maputo

Relations between President Guebuza’s government and the West are deteriorating fast – that will mean less aid

Diplomats and foreign aid organisations are due to meet in Maputo on 19 March to decide whether to call off what amounts to an aid strike against President Armando Guebuza’s govern...


Maputo opens its markets

If it comes to fruition, China Tong Jian’s multibillion-dollar agreement promises to bring in Mozambique’s largest-ever investment

Mozambique has a new Trade and Industry Minister following the sacking on 12 October of Antonio Fernando. President Antonio Guebuza has selected a young economist, Armando Inroga, ...


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