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Old November 11th, 2014, 07:46 PM   #461
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Mozambique is speeding up economic reforms, Minister says
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Mozambique’s Minister of Industry and Trade, Armando Inroga, has given assurances that the government is speeding up the introduction and implementation of economic reforms in order to improve the country’s business climate, according to daily newspaper Notícias.
The minister said that reforms are necessary given that Mozambique is facing competition from countries in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in attracting investments.
Inroga recently in Maputo noted a set of economic policy measures taken by the government that include the adoption of a single form for the registration of companies and a credit risk centre to be approved soon by the Mozambican parliament .
“We also have the insolvency law, simplified commercial and industrial licensing, and the implementation of all these measures, which are already in place, will allow Mozambique rise in the ranking when the World Bank presents the next ‘Doing Business’ report,” he said.
In the latest “Doing Business” World Bank report on the competitiveness of world economies, Mozambique rose 15 places.
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Old December 2nd, 2014, 11:22 AM   #463
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Moçambique entre as 3 economias africanas com maior expansão até 2019

Moçambique é um dos três países que se destacam pelo seu crescimento em África, continente que vai tornar-se cada vez mais importante em termos económicos nos próximos anos, de acordo com a empresa de consultoria Deloitte.
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Old December 5th, 2014, 10:23 PM   #464
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Investimentos na área de gás podem atingir 100 bilhões de dólares.

Investments in gas exploration in Mozambique may reach US$100 billion

Exploration of natural gas reserves in the Rovuma sedimentary basin in northern Mozambique may involve investment of about US$100 billion, the chief executive of Portuguese group Galp Energia told Macauhub.

Considering the cost of building a single natural gas liquefaction unit, of about US$8 billion, and reserves so far discovered in the region, Manuel Ferreira de Oliveira estimated that the cost of 12 units could reach US$100 billion, although the value may increase, given other resource exploration projects that may be developed, such as plants for processing gas into liquid fuels (GTL) or thermal power plants.

With 11 companies included in the Area 1 and Area 4 concessions, respectively led by US company Anadarko Petroleum and Italy’s ENI, Ferreira de Oliveira said that for now, the monetization of gas via the process of liquefaction and export to international markets is the agreed approach amongst investors.

In this context, and given that the two blocks share the “greatest of all reserves” discovered so far, which should drive one of the first major projects planned for the region, to be installed in the Afungi peninsula in Palma district, on an area of 7,000 hectares granted by the Mozambican government for this purpose.

Information given on Wednesday by the director of ENI East Africa, Fabrizio Trilli, during the 2nd Mozambican Gas Summit, which ended Thursday, suggested that investors intend to build two natural gas liquefaction units on the Afungi peninsula, where the first production activities should start in 2020.

ENI, which suggests a diversified approach in addition to liquefied natural gas (LNG), as early as 2015 intends to build a power plant with a generating capacity of 75 megawatts, and a gas to liquid fuels (GTL) plant to produce up to 96,000 barrels per day, of which 70 percent will be diesel and 30 percent naphtha.
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Old December 5th, 2014, 10:24 PM   #465
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Empresas da China e da África do Sul interessadas na Mabor de Moçambique

Duas empresas estrangeiras estão a negociar a reactivação da fábrica “Manufactura de Borracha” (Mabor) de Moçambique, encerrada há mais de uma década, anunciou quinta-feira em Maputo o presidente do Instituto de Gestão das Participações do Estado (Igepe).

Apolinário Panguene, que falava à margem do XIX Conselho Consultivo da instituição, escusou-se a identificar as empresas, tendo-se limitado a dizer que uma é da China e outra da África do Sul, de acordo com o jornal Notícias, de Maputo.

Antes do seu encerramento, a Mabor produzia pneus que, além de serem comercializados no mercado moçambicano, eram também exportados para a Europa e para países africanos.

A sessão do Conselho Consultivo do Igepe foi aberta pelo Ministro das Finanças, Manuel Chang, para quem a participação do Estado nas empresas é, neste momento, positiva, embora o relatório apresentado mostre uma redução em termos de receitas.

http://www.macauhub.com.mo/pt/2014/1...de-mocambique/
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Old December 10th, 2014, 02:08 PM   #466
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Mozal maior empresa de Moçambique em 2013. A fundição de alumínio Mozal voltou este ano a posicionar-se como a maior empresa de Moçambique, posição que ocupa há mais de uma década, de acordo com a lista das 100 Maiores Empresas de Moçambique da sociedade de auditoria KPMG Moçambique.

Tendo por base os resultados de 2013, o estudo da KPMG Moçambique indica que a Mozal facturou 32,3 mil milhões de meticais (997 milhões de dólares), uma quebra de 6,8% relativamente a 2012, sendo o segundo lugar da lista ocupado de novo pela Petróleos de Moçambique (Petromoc), que registou uma facturação de 18,8 mil milhões de meticais.

Ainda de acordo com o relatório, a Electricidade de Moçambique (EdM) passou do sétimo lugar, na edição passada, para o quarto na presente, a Cervejas de Moçambique desceu do quarto para o quinto lugar e a Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa (HCB) manteve-se no sexto lugar.

A HCB, Mozal, Portos e Caminhos de Ferro de Moçambique e EdM lideram as 10 maiores empresas em termos de capitais próprios, enquanto o banco Millennium bim e a Sasol Petroleum Temane ocupam os lugares cimeiros, em resultados líquidos.
Mais: http://www.macauhub.com.mo/pt/2014/1...bique-em-2013/
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Mozambican state oil and gas company ENH will provide 2 million gigajoules of natural gas per year to state power company EdM to supply the Ressano Garcia power plant, under a contract signed Monday in Maputo.

The Ressano Garcia power plant, the largest in the country, powered by natural gas, puts 175 megawatts (MW) into the Mozambican electricity grid that mainly benefits the south of the country and, in particular, the city and province of Maputo.

The agreement, valid for two years (2015/17) was signed by the Chairman of EdM, Gildo Abilio Sibumbe and his ENH counterpart, Nelson Ocuane.
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Mitsui invests $1bn in Vale’s Mozambique coal projects

Mitsui has agreed to invest almost $1bn in Vale’s coal projects in Mozambique in a sign of Japan’s burgeoning interest in Africa’s natural resources.

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The Japanese commodities trading company said it would pay $450m for a 15 per cent stake in the Brazilian group’s Moatize mine, and invest a further $188m to fund the asset’s expansion. Mitsui also agreed to pay $313m for a 50 per cent stake in Vale’s subsidiary that has been promoting the multibillion dollar Nacala rail and port project.

In January, Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, led a visit to Africa to support “Japanese companies’ investments to secure important natural resources”. It was the first such visit by a Japanese prime minister to sub-Saharan Africa in eight years, and was seen as a trip to counterweight the increased role of Chinese companies in African natural resources.
Mitsui said the deal with Vale would “provide the diversification of our supply sources and enhancement of our coal business revenue base”.
“Mitsui regards Mozambique as a corporate priority region because of its potential growth as one of Africa’s leading resource-production nations,” Mitsui said.The Moatize basin in Mozambique’s northwest Tete province has been described by miners as one of the world’s major untapped coal reserves, and particularly rich in coking coal, which is used in steel production.

But companies operating in the area are battling infrastructure constraints as they have been depending on one colonial-era, multi-use single-track railway line to ferry coal to the Beira port. They have also been hurt by the sharp drop in coal prices, while the reserves of coking coal have not been as rich as initially thought.In July Rio Tinto sold its coal assets in Mozambique for $50m, three years after paying $3.7bn for the mines.
Vale, which produced 3.8m tones of coal from its Moatize mine last year, is planning to resolve the infrastructure problem by building the 900km “Nacala corridor” railway and a deepwater port at Nacala. The cost of the project is estimated at around $4.4bn and Japanese banks were already involved in funding the infrastructure, Mitsui said.

Vale has previously said it hopes exports on the Nacala line will be able to commence next year.Vale said Mitsui’s investment in its Mozambique projects were “essential for the continuity of our investment in Mozambique . . . as it provides the funding for the completion of the Moatize project and the [Nacala Logistic Corridor]”.Roger Downey, head of Vale’s fertilisers and coal division, said Mitsui’s investment would relieve pressure on the Brazilian group’s cash flow. He said Vale’s projects in Africa alone are costing $8.4bn, of which the company still needs to fund another $3.3bn.
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Moçambique privatiza 7 empresas públicas em 2014


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O Instituto de Gestão das Participações do Estado (Igepe) de Moçambique concluiu em 2014 a venda a privados de duas empresas públicas, informou o respectivo presidente, Apolinário Panguene, citado pelo jornal moçambicano Correio da Manhã.

Estavam na lista de alienação e liquidação, em 2014, seis empresas – Lusalite de Moçambique, IBC, Grafic, Tipografia Clássica da Beira, Enope e Pintex da Beira, enquanto na lista de liquidação e dissolução estavam seis participações do Estado nas empresas Metro, Texlom, Texmoque, ALC Leasing e Scanmo de Moçambique.
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Moçambique é uma “porta de entrada para o sul do continente africano” com “recursos naturais ilimitados”, “uma localização invejável” e “novas indústrias”, de acordo com a descrição efectuada pelo jornal estatal China Daily.

“Moçambique é um diamante à espera de ser polido com a ajuda do seu principal parceiro asiático, a China”, afirma o jornal num suplemento de três páginas dedicado aquele país africano de língua oficial portuguesa.

Dizendo que Moçambique dispõe de largas extensões de terreno disponível para a produção agrícola, “pelo que deveria ser simples alimentar a população”, o jornal menciona exemplos de empresas chinesas, caso da Wanbao Grains and Oils, que está a investir 200 milhões de dólares na produção de arroz em grande escala na província de Gaza, sul do país.

Paulo Muxanga, presidente executivo da Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa, disse ao jornal “estamos encantados com o facto de a China estar a apoiar o nosso desenvolvimento económico, atendendo a que o nosso país oferece condições excepcionais para a realização de investimentos.”
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Mozambique is a “gateway to the south of the African continent” with “unlimited natural resources,” “an enviable location” and “new industries,” according to a description given by state-run newspaper China Daily.

Mozambique is a diamond waiting to be polished with the help of its main Asian partner, China,” the newspaper said in a three-page supplement dedicated to that Portuguese-speaking African country.

Saying that Mozambique has large tracts of land available for agricultural production, “and so it should be simple to feed the population,” the paper cites examples of Chinese companies, such as Wanbao Grains and Oils, which is investing US$200 million in rice production on a large scale in Gaza province, south of the country.

The newspaper also refers to the investment of China State Grid Corporation that will be made in the construction of the South-Central power transmission line in partnership with Portuguese power grid company REN, which is the major shareholder, to connect the country’s main hydropower facility to centres of consumption.
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A estatal Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) de Moçambique contratou o banco Standard Chartered para funcionar como conselheiro sobre como financiar as participações que detém em projectos multimilionários de exploração de depósitos de gás natural na bacia do Rovuma, informou o Banco Mundial em comunicado divulgado quinta-feira.

A proposta apresentada pelo banco britânico, em parceria com a maior instituição bancária de Moçambique, o Millennium bim, derrotou a do Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking (HSBC) Corp e do parceiro local Banco Único.
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