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  • Mozambique creates new agency to promote investment and exports

    The leaders of Mozambique’s newly created Investment and Export Promotion Agency (Apiex) are expected to approve investment projects estimated at US$9 billion by the end of the year, according to the local press. >>See More

  • Trade between China and Portuguese-speaking countries grows 40.41% from January to April

    Trade between China and Portuguese-speaking countries recorded year-on-year growth of 40.41% from January to April, totalling US$34.172 million, according to official Chinese figures released by Forum Macau. >>See More

  • Mozambique and Japan prepare new energy projects

    Japan will increase investments in the energy sector in Mozambique, Foreign Minister Kentaro Sonoura said in Maputo on Thursday, after being received in an audience by Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosário. >>See More

  • GK Ancuabe Graphite Mine starts extracting and processing graphite in Mozambique

    GK Ancuabe Graphite Mine, a subsidiary of German company AMG Graphit Kropfmuehl GmbH, invested 12 million euros in the recovery and expansion of the Ancuabe graphite mine and processing plant, which began operating on Wednesday in the presence of the President of Mozambique. >>See More

  • ENI Group hires GE Oil & Gas for natural gas project in Mozambique

    GE Oil & Gas, a subsidiary of US group General Electric, has entered into a multi-year contract with ENI East Africa, a subsidiary of Italian group ENI, for the supply of natural gas extraction solutions and equipment in northern Mozambique, the GE group said in a statement. >>See More

  • Government of Mozambique ratifies loan to build road to Tanzania

    The Mozambican government has ratified a financing agreement signed with the African Development Fund for the first phase of the Mueda-Negomano road construction project in the northern province of Cabo Delgado, a stretch of about 100 kilometres connecting Mozambique to Tanzania, said the Council of Ministers spokeswoman. >>See More