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Saturday, 11-22-14, 9:16Report Expects LNG Production to Begin in 2019[AIM]London -Mozambique will begin to produce Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) in 2019 according to the London-based analysts Business Monitor International (BMI). read more...
Saturday, 11-22-14, 9:11Bachir Kidnappers Make Contact[AIM]Maputo -The gang who kidnapped one of Mozambique's richest men, Momade Bachir Sulemane, on 12 November made their first contact with Bachir's family on Tuesday, according to a source close to the investigations cited in Friday's issue of the independent weekly “Savana”. read more...
Friday, 11-21-14, 7:16Simplify Procedures to Improve Competitiveness[AIM]Maputo -For Mozambique to become more competitive in international trade, the procedures for the import, export and transit of merchandise must be simplified, according to a study on “Integration of Trade into National Development Policies and Strategies” presented at a meeting of business people, researchers and government representatives in Maputo on Wednesday. read more...
Friday, 11-21-14, 7:15Lawyers Call for Restoring Credibility to Legal System[AIM]Maputo -The Mozambican justice system has fallen into disrepute “and we should recognise this, because only then will we be able to restore credibility to justice”, warned the chairperson of the Mozambican Bar Association (OAM), Tomas Timbane, on Wednesday. read more...
Thursday, 11-20-14, 8:42Poachers Without Borders[ISS]Worldwide, the value of organised environmental crime is estimated to be between US$70 and US$213 billion annually. Global development assistance, by comparison, is estimated at US$135 billion per annum. read more...
Thursday, 11-20-14, 8:35The Urban Challenges of a Booming Maputo[SciDev.Net]Mozambique has one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, driven by coal mining and other extractive industries. [1] read more...
Wednesday, 11-19-14, 13:07Wealthy Businessman Kidnapped[AIM]Maputo -Unidentified assailants on 12 November kidnapped a wealthy Mozambican businessman, Momad Bachir Suleiman, whom the US government accused in 2010 of being a drug baron. read more...
Wednesday, 11-19-14, 6:51Still No Advance in Disarming Renamo[AIM]Maputo -After another fruitless round of dialogue between the Mozambican government and the former rebel movement Renamo on Monday, the country is no nearer to disarming and demobilising the Renamo militia. read more...
Tuesday, 11-18-14, 6:39ADB Extends Credit Line to Mozabanco[AIM]Maputo -The African Development Bank (ADM) has granted a line of credit of nine million US dollars to one of the smaller Mozambican commercial banks, MozaBanco, which will be used to support Mozambican small and medium companies, reports Monday's issue of the Maputo daily “Noticias”. read more...
Tuesday, 11-18-14, 6:36Constitutional Council Overrules Tsangano District Court[AIM]Maputo -The Constitutional Council, Mozambique's highest body in matters of constitutional and electoral law, has struck down a ruling by the court in the western district of Tsangano ordering a re-run of the 15 October general elections in those parts of the district affected by serious rioting on polling day. read more...

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