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  • Mozambique’s first inland port starts operating in 2018

    Mozambique’s first inland port is due to come on stream in 2018, with a land-based intermodal terminal directly linked to two national highways and the Beira/Machipanda railway line in the provinces of Sofala and Manica respectively, according to Mozambican daily newspaper Noticias. >>See More

  • Thai state group buys natural gas in Mozambique

    The state-owned PTT group, formerly known as the Petroleum Authority of Thailand, has signed an agreement to buy 2.6 million tonnes of natural gas per year to be extracted by US group Anadarko Petroleum in Area 1 of the Rovuma basin, northern Mozambique, the Bangkok Post reported. >>See More

  • China will Set a Timetable for Banned Fuel Vehicles

    China has begun to study and make a ban on traditional fuel vehicles, Vice Minister of Industry and Information Technology, Xin Guobin said the above information in 2017 China Automotive Industry Development (TEDA) International Forum on September 9.

    Previously, there have been a number of countries including the Netherlands, Germany, France and the United Kingdom a >>See More

  • Chian Become the Largest Foreign Investment Country in Mozambique

    According to the investment data of the first half of 2017 published by Mozambique Investment Promotion Bureau (APIEX), China instead of United Arab Emirates and South Africa during 2011 to 2016, has become the largest foreign investment country in Mozambique, the investment amount was USD 173 million dollars, followed by Mauritius, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, India, Spain, South Korea, Paraguay, Canada and United States, cited the news of the Ministry of Commerce website of September 7. >>See More

  • TCT-Indústrias Florestais invests in limestone quarry in Mozambique

    Forestry company TCT-Indústrias Florestais plans to invest US$3 million in the exploration of limestone deposits in central Mozambique, manager James Whaite told Mozambican daily newspaper Diário de Moçambique, published in Beira, Sofala province。 >>See More

  • Government of Mozambique promotes the Special Economic Zone (EEZ) of Nacala and the islands of Crussi and Jamali

    The Mozambican government intends to publicise the Nacala Special Economic Zone and the tourist project of the islands of Crussi and Jamali, by launching a tender to hire companies to produce promotional material and image banks, according to information from the Ministry for the Economy and Finance. >>See More