Mozambique’s state stake-holding office, Igepe in 2014 concluded the sale of two public companies to private investors, said the chairman, Apolinario Panguene, cited by Mozambican newspaper Correio da Manhã.
Both companies were part of a total of six stakes considered to be non-strategic, on sale and liquidation list drawn up for last year.
In 2014 Igepe also completed the sale of five state shareholdings to the managers, technicians and workers of these companies.
The list in 2014 included six companies – Lusalite de Moçambique, IBC, Grafic, Tipografia Clássica da Beira, Enope and Pintex, and the liquidation and dissolution list included six state shareholdings in Metro, Texlom , Texmoque, ALC Leasing and Scanmo de Moçambique.
The list for the sale of stakes reserved for managers, technicians and workers included 15 holdings, notably those owned by the State in Aero Serviços, TTA, Autovisa, Cotop, Interelectra, Soares da Costa, Cegraf, Projecta, Steia, Diário de Moçambique, Pintex, Mobeira and Telecomunicações de Moçambique (TdM). (macauhub/MZ)