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Old April 29th, 2013, 04:54 PM   #281
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Optimo. gostei muito desta parte do comentario dele:

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Toda a população deveria beneficiar do potencial oferecido pelas descobertas das novas reservas naturais. As pessoas têm direito à transparência. Os investimentos em educação, saúde e na criação de empregos são os que me parecem mais prioritários.
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Acho que poderiamos aproveitar muito da Alemanha, realmente eles tem muito pra nos ensinar.

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Na delegação de empresários que me acompanha, há representantes de empresas das áreas da saúde, infra-estrutura, logística e do transporte aéreo. De uma forma geral, as nossas empresas estão mais interessadas em parcerias de longo prazo e não somente no lucro imediato. Muitas vezes, a transferência de conhecimento ou o treinamento de mão-de-obra especializada é parte integrante da cooperação.
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Old April 29th, 2013, 05:00 PM   #283
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Empresa da Malásia constrói fábrica de lubrificantes em Moçambique

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A empresa da Malásia Hyrax Oil Sdn Bhd vai iniciar o seu processo de internacionalização com a construção de uma fábrica em Moçambique, que se prevê entre em funcionamento até ao final do ano, disse a fundadora e directora-geral da empresa.

No final da cerimónia de assinatura de um acordo com a estatal Petróleos de Moçambique (Petromoc), Dato’ Hazimah Zainuddin adiantou que a fábrica irá produzir e comercializar um conjunto de produtos derivados do petróleo, nomeadamente lubrificantes industriais, para automóveis e para navios e ainda alguns produtos especializados.

A directora-geral da Hyrax Oil precisou que vão ser investidos na fábrica em Moçambique entre 8 milhões a 10 milhões de dólares estando prevista uma produção de mais de 2 milhões de litros de produtos acabados por mês, que serão comercializados não só em Moçambique mas igualmente nos restantes países do continente.
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Acho que poderiamos aproveitar muito da Alemanha, realmente eles tem muito pra nos ensinar.

Transporte aereo.
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tomara que seja a Lufthansa ... ja pensou... hehe
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Portuguese group Galp Energia re-states interest in exploring natural gas in Mozambique

Portuguese group Galp Energia has the financial capacity to invest in gas production in Mozambique and has no plans to sell its 10 percent stake in the consortium that is prospecting in the Area 4 block, the group’s chief executive said.
“A 10 percent stake is a lot but we have capacity to make the investments needed for natural gas exploration and have no plans to sell off that stake,” said Manuel Ferreira de Oliveira at the group’s results presentation.

In an analysis published two weeks ago, Portuguese bank Caixa BI said that the Galp Energia group may not have the financial capacity to be part of the project as the return is smaller than that of an oil project and had considered selling of part of its 10 percent stake.

However, Ferreira de Oliveira did not discount the possibility of an operation similar to the one carried out in Brazil, where it sold a 30 percent stake in Petrogal Brasil to Chinese group Sinopec.

ENI is the operator of the Area 4 block, with a 70 percent stake (the sale of a 20 percent stake to the China National Petroleum Corporation – CNPC requires approval from the Mozambican authorities), and its partners are Portuguese group Galp Energia, South Korea’s Kogas and Mozambican state oil and gas company, Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH), each with a 10 percent stake. (macauhub)
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A análise de Joaquim Tobias Dai, presidente da Associação Moçambicana de Economistas Bastante interessante!

http://videos.sapo.pt/UpHZwemT6SfOzhzolpiL
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A Sofid, instituição financeira portuguesa de apoio à internacionalização de empresas, controlada em 60% pelo Estado, esgotou a capacidade de financiamento, precisa urgentemente de aumentar o capital e podia funcionar como um "banco" de fomento.

Criada em 2007, a Sofid, instituição financeira, cuja missão é apoiar o investimento de empresas portuguesas em países em desenvolvimento e emergentes, precisa de reforçar o capital para continuar a financiar projeto.

Tem 26 projetos aprovados, em oito países. Moçambique absorve 70% do financiamento, os restantes 20% vão para Angola.
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Indian companies unable to keep up with Chinese and Brazilian counterparts in Mozambique

Indian companies have been unable to keep up with the rate at which their Brazilian and Chinese counterparts are setting themselves up in Mozambique, a country whose mining resources are piquing the interest of international powerhouses, according to researcher Loro Horta.

In an article published recently in Indian magazine Pragati, entitled “The Elephant Stumbles in the Savannah,” Horta says that the Indian authorities have been not been able to take advantage of the strength of their private sector, which includes large groups such as Tata and Reliance, preferring unsuccessfully to reproduce China’s approach.

Mozambique’s coal, oil and gas reserves are considered to be significant and, according to the Financial Times, in the near future the country may collect around US$10 billion per year in revenues from natural gas alone.

Trade with China has increased over the last few years – from US$285 million in 2007 to US$690 million in 2012 – and investments by Chinese companies have increased, the highlight of which was a US$1 billion investment by Wuhan Iron and Steel in the coal sector.

China’s Kingho plans to invest US$5 billion in the coal sector in Tete province, according to Rádio Moçambique and Chinese state banks plan to offer loans at favourable rates in the amount of US$2.3 billion to build dams.

“India on the other hand is struggling to build a strong presence in this emerging resource rich nation,” Loro Horta said.

A credit line of US$500 million, announced in 2009, has been used very slowly, and the Mozambican authorities have even called for the release of the funds to be expedited.

Coal India was granted the concession of two coal blocks in Tete province in the same year, but progress has been slow, leading to other requests for licenses being denied by he Mozambican authorities, Horta said.

The project by the Ricon consortium, made up of state groups Rites and Ircon, to rebuild the Sena railroad, with funding from the World Bank, was “marred in controversy with allegations of poor quality standards and corruption,” leading to a “fiasco,” he said.

Indian officials cited by Horta explained the difficulties, as compared to China, with the fact that India is a democracy with a separate parliament and civil society, which makes it difficult to approve projects, but the researcher said that Brazil has been more expedite in similar circumstances.

“Brazil too is a democracy and Brazilian companies like Vale are well ahead of China and India for Mozambican resources,” he said.

The problem, he noted, is that many Indian companies that are having difficulties are state-owned and “known for the inefficiency” in India, whilst groups such as Reliance or Tata have successfully entered the Latin American market.

“In eagerness to catch up with China, India has been emulating its strategy in Africa in the hope that it will bring similar rewards. Perhaps India should look at the success of the Brazilian and Australian companies in Africa,” said Horta.

According to Horta, the alternative is to encourage private Indian groups to move into Africa, through “trade deals and other arrangements.”

The “neglect” of many African countries by the international powerhouses has allowed China “to build an impressive presence” in Africa over the last few years, although competition is expected soon to increase in resource rich countries, “that are smart enough to attract diverse sources of investment.”

“While a lot has been said about China and India in Africa, the dragon and the elephant are far from being alone in the savannah. Whether Mozambique’s new found wealth will bring prosperity to its people or whether a small elite and foreign interests will prosper remains to be seen,” Horta said.

Loro Horta is a graduate of the People’s Liberation Army National Defense University (China) and the Chinese Ministry of Commerce Central School, he is also a graduate of the US Naval Post-graduate School, the US National Defense University, Nanyang Technological University and Sydney University. (macauhub)
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Standard Chartered Bank wants to open a branch in Mozambique in 2014

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Britain’s Standard Chartered bank has asked for a license to operate in Angola and also plans to do so in Mozambique, where it expects to open its first branch in 2014, the president of the bank’s Africa division said in Cape Town Thursday.

The bank, which operates in 15 African countries, said in April that it planned to double its turnover in Africa in the next five years.

The British bank entered into a 60/40 partnership with Angolan state insurer Empresa Nacional de Seguros de Angola (ENSA) and has already requested a banking license, which will have to be approved by the National Bank of Angola.

“We are expecting a response by the end of the year,” Diana Layfield told DowJones Newswires on the sidelines of the Africa World Economic Forum held in Cape Town, South Africa.

In Mozambique’s case, activities in the natural gas sector led the bank’s board of directors to request a banking license, which is expected to be granted soon, according to Layfield, who added that the bank already provides “offshore” services to a number of groups operating in Mozambique. (macauhub)
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The Mozambican government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have agreed a new Policy support Instrument (PSI) for the 2013-2016 period, the head of an IMF mission to Mozambique said Wednesday.

The agreement, which was reached at the end of a visit by the mission from 24 April to 8 May, requires approval from the Board of Directors of the IMF in Washington. Through the PSI the IMF analyses and supports the economic policies of specific countries.

“The new PSI will be based on four supporting pillars, including consolidation of economic stability in the context of exploration of mining resources, robust growth, greater institutional capacity to design and execute macro-economic policy and boosting governance and transparency of the public sector,” said the head of the mission Doris Ross.

Mozambique and the IMF have a longstanding relationship and although initially it was based on financial aid, over the last six years it has focused on advisory services, particularly in drawing up financial legislation. (macauhub)
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Presidents of China and Mozambique re-state wish for two-way cooperation to continue

MAY 14TH, 2013 NEWS
President Xi Jinping of China and President Armando Guebuza of Mozambique took the opportunity of their meeting Monday to restate their wish for cooperation between their two countries to continue, Chinese news agency Xinhua reported.

At the half hour meeting, which was followed by an hour-long working dinner, the Chinese president made reference to the meeting between the two presidents in March, in South Africa, and re-stated that China planned to continue cooperating with Mozambique.

Xi also said that two-way cooperation provided numerous opportunities and suggested that the two countries should increase projects in the areas of infrastructure, energy, agriculture and fishing.

Armando Guebuza thanked China for its support, which began before Mozambique’s independence in 1975, and added that he would like more Chinese companies to get involved in Mozambique’s development.

According to a statement issued in Maputo before the presidential entourage left the country, on his seven-day visit to China, Guebuza will take part in the “ceremony to open the Second Taihu World Culture Forum, in the city of Hangzhou.”

Armando Guebuza, who is travelling in the company of the ministers for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Oldemiro Balói, for the Presidency for Social Affairs, Feliciano Gundana and of the Presidency for Parliamentary Afafirs and Provincial Assemblies, Adelaide Amurane, will also “meet with the Mozambican student community in China and visit locations of economic, social and cultural interest.”

In 2012 trade between China and Mozambique totalled US$1.344 billion (40.94 percent more year on year). Mozambique purchased goods worth US$941 million (34.83 percent more) and sold goods worth US$402 million (US$57.64 percent). (macauhub)
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Mozambique’s economic development depends on industrial use of mining resources

MAY 13TH, 2013 NEWS
The sustainable economic development of Mozambique will be achieved by making industrial use of mining resources rather than simply by exporting them, the deputy Mining Resources minister said last week in Chimoio.

At the opening session of the seminar to present and discuss the Mining Resources Policy and Strategy, deputy minister Abdul Razak said that natural resources, especially mining resources, were the country’s biggest asset, and their industrialisation would contribute to economic transformation and to growth of the gross domestic product (GDP).

According to Razak, the start of coal production and exports on a large scale from Moatize, in Tete province, expansion of ilmenite production capacity by 50 percent at the Moma heavy sands project, in Nampula and production of tantalum in Marropino and Muiane, in Zambézia, are examples of the joint efforts of the government and the private sector to promote the national economy.

As well as this Razak noted the discovery of large reserves of natural gas in the Rovuma basin, totalling over 150 trillion cubic feet, conclusion of expansion of the Pande/Temane project, several limestone quarrying projects and its use in the cement industry, as some of the efforts being made towards sustainable use of mining resources.

The deputy minister also said that it was necessary to increase geological and mining knowledge of the resources across the whole of Mozambique, both onshore and offshore. (macauhub)
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Thailand and Mozambique aim to strengthen their ties on trade and investment.

After meeting with Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom in Bangkok yesterday,

Mozambican Foreign Minister Oldemiro Baloi said his country expected closer cooperation in the government-to-government and private-to-private sectors.

The two countries will sign a memorandum of understanding on trade and investment and have also agreed to exchange delegations.

A team from Thailand is expected to visit the African country next month, Baloi said.

He added that Mozambique offered Thailand better export potential as well as investment opportunities.

Amparwon Pichalai, deputy director-general of the International Trade Promotion Department, said Mozambique was interested taking advantage of Thailand's capabilities in several sectors. For instance, it wanted Thailand to help develop its agricultural sector.

In addition, she said, Mozambique was also a good source of raw materials, especially jewellery and ore. However, she said, some laws are blocking the import of these materials to Thailand.

She added that Thailand was seeking to strengthen ties, which should eliminate this barrier.

Other sectors that Mozambique has shown interest in are medicines and medical services, as well as farming and industrial development.

According to the Thai Commerce Ministry, bilateral trade between the two countries came to US$180.23 million (Bt5.36 billion) last year, an increase by 5.17 per cent from 2011. Thailand gained a big trade surplus with Mozambique, with exports valued at $163.48 million last year.

Major export goods are rice, plastic, automobiles and parts, steel, sugar, garments, cement, processed foods and rubber products.

Products imported from Mozambique include ore, yarn, aquacultural products, wood, jewellery, silver and gold.
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Howzit msn News: Aveng officially opens an office in the Mozambican capital of Maputo.

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The Aveng Group has officially opened an office in the Mozambican capital of Maputo.

The opening follows several years of successful operations in the country and confirms the broad geographical focus of the Aveng Group. Aveng currently operates in 30 countries. The move will see Aveng consolidate its operations in the country and strengthen the group’s overall offering in Mozambique.

The group is currently completing the construction of a R160m plant for the manufacture of infrastructure products in Tete.

Speaking at the opening‚ Aveng CEO Roger Jardine said‚ “The step that we are taking today formalises our long-standing relationship with Mozambique and it is a strong indication of our belief in the increasing importance of Mozambique within the region as well as in the people‚ opportunities and future of the country. This is an exciting period in the history of Mozambique‚ with the relatively high and sustained economic growth promising greater prosperity and opportunity for all Mozambicans.”

Despite its recent rapid economic growth Mozambique’s infrastructure is in poor condition. The government has now identified a number of ‘growth corridors’ where substantial investment is gradually improving the network. Investment by resources companies is largely driving infrastructure development‚ improving road networks‚ major ports and most notably‚ Mozambique’s 3‚000km of railway track. Improved railway lines are providing the backbone to Mozambique’s emerging growth corridors‚ which are intended to provide an attractive business environment for foreign investment. It is through this improvement of infrastructure‚ including cross-border infrastructure that Aveng will be able to capitalise on the growth opportunities offered by being part of a global economy as it strengthens its ability to trade with other countries in Africa.

Jardine added: “This is just the beginning. There is much work to be done. The Mozambican government has identified massive infrastructure backlogs and is committed to improving and extending public and transport infrastructure. Aveng is committed to supporting the initiatives of the government and private sector and to being part of building industrial capacity and infrastructure to support Mozambique’s growth and provide sustainable jobs. We have a proven track record in delivering rail infrastructure‚ and steel and concrete products from our factories across the country. Most recently‚ Aveng was awarded a sub-structure contract on Section 2 of the Nacala Corridor Project‚ which entails earthworks‚ drainage and bridges over the 62‚5km section of rail. With the official opening of our office in Maputo Aveng will be well positioned to expand and participate in Mozambique’s many opportunities.”

The Aveng Group has been involved in a number of other activities in Mozambique‚ including the construction of rail yards in Beira and Moatize‚ and the supply of concrete products such as railway sleepers‚ concrete pipes and culverts. As well as providing essential infrastructure development‚ the Aveng group’s presence in Mozambique will continue to contribute to the employment of Mozambicans. The Nacala (section 2) corridor project and the Manufacturing plant in Tete will create 1‚200 direct and indirect jobs in the region.
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The President of Mozambique met Tuesday with Chinese officials, businesspeople and banks with a view to raise additional funds to carry out around 100 projects, according to Mozambican news agency AIM.

Citing a source from the presidential entourage, the agency said that half of the US$10 billion that the projects will cost had been secured by the Chinese government, as well as Chinese banks and companies, in the form of donations and subsidized loans, under the terms of a US$20 billion credit line that the Chinese government has opened up to African countries.

The US$10 billion will make it possible to build and repair roads, including construction of the Maputo ring road and repairs on the road linking the city of Beira to the town of Machipanda, on the border with Zimbabwe, which will cost US$417 million, as well as the roads between Bene, Fingoé and Zumbo (US$278 million) and between Cuamba and Marrupa (US$184 million).

The Education sector will use funding of around US$300 million for construction of schools and seven polytechnic institutes in the provinces of Maputo, Inhambane, Sofala, Zambézia, Niassa and Cabo Delgado.

After arriving in Beijing Monday and after a meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping, President Armando Guebuza travelled on to the city of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, where he met Tuesday morning with the provincial governor Wang Guoshen.

In the afternoon the Mozambican president travelled to the city of Xiangyang, to visit rice production company Wanbao, whose technicians are introducing new rice production techniques to the southern Mozambican province of Gaza.

On Wednesday Guebuza is due to visit Shanghai, which is the last stop on his visit to China, where he hopes to raise the funds needed for his government’s five year programme. (macauhub)
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Good news! But I'm becoming worried that Mozambique and other African countries won't be able to repay all of this money that China is loaning to them. I'm I the only one who feels like this? I don't want another financial crisis when China asks for the money back and all of the country's say "I don't have the money"
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No, you are not the only one. I get these thoughts from time to time too.
I think China will somehow benefit from this, I doubt they deliberately giving out loans just like that with no purpose. Have you heard about the U$D10bn Tanzania project?
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No, you are not the only one. I get these thoughts from time to time too.
I think China will somehow benefit from this, I doubt they deliberately giving out loans just like that with no purpose. Have you heard about the U$D10bn Tanzania project?
I have not? China seems to have lot's of multi-billion dollar projects in Tanzania. All well at the moment, but when the economy slows down, coupled with the unsustainable loaning, then Tanzania will be
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