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  • 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

  • Former Mabor Moçambique tyre factory sold to printing company

    The Mabor factory, a former tyre factory in Mozambique that has been abandoned for several years, will house a printing company, which will produce books and school textbooks and magazines, the chief executive of state stakeholding institute Igepe, Raimundo Matele, said in Maputo according to the Mozambican press. >>See More

  • Government of Mozambique seeks partner for LAM airline

    The Mozambican government is looking for a strategic partner that will make it possible to recover the Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique (LAM) airline, said the chief executive of state stakeholding company Igepe, Raimundo Matule, cited by Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias. >>See More

  • Mozambique creates Sovereign Fund with initial funding of US$350 million

    The Mozambican government plans to create a sovereign fund that will be financed with tax revenues from the exploration of natural resources, Economy and Finance Minister Adriano Maleiane announced on Monday in Maputo. >>See More

  • Gigawatt Mozambique invests in increasing electricity production

    Gigawatt Mozambique, which manages Ressano Garcia’s natural gas-fired power plant, plans to expand electricity production from the current 120 megawatts to 350 megawatts, a project that will begin in 2018, the company’s operations director told daily newspaper Noticias. >>See More