Mozambique


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The Mozambique project paves the way for future expansion of up to 50 MTPA from Offshore Area 1, added the company.
CEO of Societe Generale Mozambique Laurent Vanh said, 'We want this card to make life easier for Chinese people in Mozambique.
Inclusive growth in Mozambique - scaling-up research and capacity (/project/inclusive-growth-mozambique-scaling-research-and-capacity)
There was some confusion which has ended up creating problems for Mozambique groundlessly," he was quoted by the (http://allafrica.
Bank of Mozambique intervention in the foreign exchange market at the end of 2014 and in early 2015 to support the Mozambican Metical also weighed on foreign exchange reserves and likely slowed imports adjustment.
Mozambique belongs to a number of the same international organizations, including the United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and World Trade Organization.
This operation will allow the Cimentos de Mozambique of achieving EeAofull production of cement as of 2018, with an oven which will enable the production of 1.
Nevertheless, Mozambique is well positioned to benefit from increasingly stringent regulation and resource nationalism elsewhere on the continent, particularly in neighbouring Zimbabwe.
ISLAMABAD -- High Commissioner of Pakistan in South Africa, Najm us Saqib presented his credentials to President of Mozambique, Mr Armando Emilio Guebuza in Maputo on Thursday.
MILAN, Italy, Shawwal 27, 1434, Sep 3, 2013, SPA -- Italian energy company Eni said Tuesday its latest discovery in Mozambique may hold as much as 7 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, UPI reported.
DOZENS of business leaders from Mozambique are in Aberdeen to tap into the city's oil expertise in how to cope with an oil boom.
Summary: Mozambique and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Thursday in Dubai signed a bilateral accord covering air transport.
Wide avenues and plazas named after the likes of Mao Tse-Tung, Vladimir Lenin and Julius Neyrere recall its communist past, and dilapidated, bullet-hole-ridden buildings and crumbling infrastructure serve as a lingering reminder of the decades-long civil war that, in so many ways, destroyed Mozambique.
Just a few years ago, I wouldn't have offered up Mozambique as a first safari option, but Africa can change quickly .
Saudi Arabia has extended a SR45 million loan to Sierra Leone and Mozambique.