Tag: Mozambique

30 May 2016

Support from China for the industrialisation of Angola and Mozambique has been set as an objective on a government level, as large investments in local production capacity, even more necessary at a time of economic difficulties, are now expected.

17 May 2016

The visit of Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi to China promises to deepen bilateral economic ties at a time when relations with key international donors in Mozambique are at one of the lowest points in their history.

25 April 2016

An international consortium, which includes the port company China Harbour Engineering Co, is projecting an investment of US$1 billion in a new port in Maputo province, to serve Mozambique and neighbouring countries, including South Africa.

11 April 2016

The investment of US$6 billion in the Rovuma/Gauteng pipeline, the largest ever Chinese investment in Mozambique, will support Mozambique’s industrialisation strategy and strengthen the Chinese presence in the region, according to recent analyses collated by Macauhub.

15 February 2016

The capacity of the railways in Mozambique will increase significantly once the line between Moatize and Nacala, known as the Nacala Corridor, with the strengthening of the Sena line, to be completed in the coming months.

1 February 2016

Financial support from China to African countries where Portuguese is the official language (PALOP) amounted to S$22.6 billion between 2000 and 2014, half of which was directed to Angola, according to Chinese official figures cited in a study published recently.

19 January 2016

The positive trend of economic and financial forecasts of Mozambique has declined in recent months, although growth remains strong, but the authorities’ efforts to control inflation should succeed, Portuguese bank Banco BPI has said.

4 January 2016

The economic forecasts for Mozambique have lost some lost some momentum in recent months, but a set of new projects funded by China in the county’s two major cities should stimulate growth.