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Old July 9th, 2008, 04:32 PM   #1
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MOÇAMBIQUE | Outros Projectos do Resto do País..

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New: Recnstruction of Maputo International Airport


Mozambique: Chinese company from Anhui to modernise Maputo international airport [ 2008-06-13 ]


Maputo, Mozambique, – Work on modernising Maputo international airport will be finished by the end of 2009 at a cost of US$75 million, the chairman of airport management company Empresa Aeroportos de Moçambique told Macauhub Friday in Maputo.

Diodino Cambaza said that work was being carried out by Chinese company Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Corporation (AFECC), which was granted the international tender to modernise the airport.

Modernisation work is being carried out based on funding of US$75 million provided to Mozambique by the Chinese government.

Work on Maputo airport, which is expected to take 22 months, is now in its fourth month, according to Cambaza.

The work includes boosting the airport’s current capacity to process passengers from 450,000 to 900,000 passengers per year by 2016.

The new terminal that is being built by the Chinese company will have five tunnels for direct access to aircraft.

Maputo airport, with the modernisation underway, will be able to receive Boeing 757 and 767 aircraft, and currently receives Airbus 340 aircraft. (macauhub)
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Floating hotel planned for Mozambique

February 13 2008

By Charles Mangwiro

Dutch group African Riviera plans to invest $324-million (about R2,4-billion) over the next two years to develop tourist projects in northern Mozambique, a top official said.

Tourism Minister Fernando Sumbana said the company would build a floating hotel at Mozambique Island, the country's former capital off the northern coast of the southern African country that is linked by a bridge to the mainland.

"We recently held a conference on Mozambique Island after inviting the private sector and other interested stakeholders to draw up an ambitious plan to revamp the island, and African Riviera pledged to invest," he told Reuters.


"They are currently finalising the proposal, and we are waiting for it, to analyse and approve."

The company had also expressed interest in constructing a five-star hotel in the nearby mainland town of Lumbo.

"They told us that they want to develop an ambitious project worth $324-million in the next two years. The island will be our draw card for tourism attraction in northern Mozambique, therefore we need sound investments there," Sumbana said.

African Riviera would work in partnership with Mozambican Port and Railway company (CFM), which owns key infrastructure in the region.

Sumbana said construction was expected to start on the second quarter of 2008, once the company secured a licence and its proposal was approved
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Dubai World Africa to invest in eco golf and beach resort in Mozambique

18 Feb 2008 - eProp - Dubai World Africa

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Dubai World Africa has announced that it will invest $200 million in the Bilene Hotel, a luxury beach resort, golf estate and eco development along 4km of exquisite prime beachfront in Mozambique

Situated in a popular holiday village to the south of the country, just north of Maputo, the resort spans a 1,000ha and encompasses 18km Sao Martinho Lagoon, nature reserve and turtle breeding area. This area is home to the largest of all living turtles, the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea). As a sea turtle, the leatherback is the largest and heaviest. It can easily be differentiated from other modern sea turtles by its lack of a shell, instead the leatherback turtle is covered by skin and the turtle's oily flesh. They have been known to grow up to 10 feet long, and eight feet wide.

The nature reserve will be managed by Dubai World Conservation Africa and eco tourism will be of prime focus. Lending to the organisations eco tourism interests, the pristine coral reefs will be of particular interest to wildlife and water recreational sports enthusiasts alike.
Conservation is a key focus area for the company, which is currently establishing Dubai World Conservation Africa as a holding company for a number of prime reserves in Africa.

The Dubai state-owned company, with interests ranging from real estate to ports, is to invest $200 million in the creation of an international competition standard golf course, a magnificent 5 star hotel as well as 500 golf course and beach villas and condos. The resort will be served by its own airport, Bilene Praia.

In additional to extensive watersport facilities the Bilene Hotel will also feature a diving centre giving guests the opportunity to experience some of the best scuba diving and snorkelling on the coast of east Africa, with the rich and varied marine life to be found along spectacular yet uncrowded and in many cases as yet undiscovered coral reefs.

The Dubai World Group’s strategy is to acquire high-end assets in key destinations across the world. Dubai World Chairman Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem has indicated that the company will invest about $1,5 billion in Africa over the next five years.

Dubai World Africa has rapidly and firmly established itself as a contender in Africa’s elite property stakes. It has successfully invested in prime African properties which include the iconic Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and the Pearl Valley Signature Golf Estate and Spa, both in Cape Town, South Africa, Le Galawa Beach Hotel in the Comores, Muyuni Beach Resort in Zanzibar and Kempinski Hotel in Djibouti, amongst others.

The company has already demonstrated its commitment to investing in Mozambique, securing an interest in a container terminal in the capital Maputo, which represents the gateway to Southern Africa. Dubai World also recently secured a stake in the company responsible for managing the port of Maputo, together with Grinrod and the Mozambique Ports and Railway Company, CFM.

“Growing tourism appeal and opportunities in Mozambique will serve to boost local economies and to grow both development and conservation projects,” says Sultan bin Sulayem. "We are bringing to Bilene all the necessary resources, skills and expertise that have helped us transform Dubai into the iconic city that it is today. We have the chance to create a truly world-class resort."

Sultan bin Sulayem lists Africa alongside China and India as the group’s hotspots for investment. “There are vast opportunities in Africa, opportunities unlike anywhere else in the world, such as the magnificent Bilene Hotel. Our presence on the continent places us at an advantage for African investment,” adds Sultan bin Sulayem.

Dubai World Africa CEO James Wilson explains that the company has a dedicated team seeking investment opportunities in Africa. “We have a long term commitment to Mozambique and the region to ensure that Bilene becomes one of the leading tourist destinations on the continent and in the world,” Wilson notes. “The investment demonstrates confidence in the Mozambique economy and signals strengthening commercial links between the Middle East and Africa”.

Wilson believes there are strong synergies between Dubai World Africa’s tourism investments on the continent and particularly between neighbours Mozambique, South Africa and Swaziland. “The huge potential of enhanced tourism collaboration in the region presents many exciting opportunities,” says Wilson. “We are planning to create an experience for tourists who can enjoy our game experience in Kruger and then fly to Bilene, less than an hour away by aeroplane where they can enjoy the natural beauty of the pristine beaches and abundance of marine life.”

On behalf of the Government of Mozambique, the Minister of Tourism expressed immense satisfaction in the signing of this MOI (Memorandum of Intent) with an internationally acclaimed group such as Dubai World Africa, which he believes will help contribute towards the growth and development of tourism in the Province of Gaza. The Mozambique Ministry of Tourism (MITUR) has longed for the entry of Dubai World Africa, a company recognised for its international real estate and tourism development projects.

The tourism development initiative undertaken by Dubai World Africa in Bilene has the complete support of both the Gaza Provincial Government and the Ministry of Tourism.

The minister stresses that tourism is a commercial activity which should be driven by the private sector. “Dubai World Africa’s commitment will play an important role in enhancing Mozambique’s status as an international tourism destination of choice.
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Old July 12th, 2008, 02:14 AM   #6
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Garantida construção do hospital provincial de Maputo

JÁ há garantias do início das obras de construção do Hospital Provincial de Maputo este ano, cujo término está previsto para finais de 2009. Mesmo sem mencionar o valor envolvido naquele importante empreendimento, a directora provincial da Saúde, Páscoa Zwalo Wate, disse há dias ao "Noticias" durante um dos intervalos da sessão do Governo, que o dinheiro está já garantido pelos parceiros e neste momento estão em curso acções preliminares para o arranque dos trabalhos num terreno situado próximo da ponte sobre o rio Matola.



Uma empresa de consultoria foi contratada para fazer a proposta de projecto que poderá estar pronto brevemente e disse que as últimas informações recebidas na sua instituição dão indicação de que está tudo encaminhado para que as obras iniciem antes do final do ano.

“O processo está a ser tratado a nível central e as últimas informações que recebemos dão conta de que está tudo bem encaminhado. Já há dinheiro para a obra e deverá iniciar ainda este ano para que até 2009 o hospital provincial esteja pronto a entrar em funcionamento”, disse Páscoa Wate, para quem aquela unidade sanitária irá contribuir para descongestionar os grandes hospitais da cidade de Maputo.

Calcula-se que 60 porcento de doentes que dão entrada no Hospital Geral José Macamo, por exemplo, são provenientes da província do Maputo, em geral e da cidade da Matola, em particular, que conta com mais de 600 mil habitantes, um pouco mais de 50 porcento da população de toda a província.

A infra-estrutura é esperada com uma grande expectativa pela população de toda a província, porque vai ser uma unidade sanitária de referência que vai atender casos de todos os distritos, devendo responder às necessidades de transferência de todos os centros e postos de Saúde.

Maputo é única província que não tem hospital de referência do nível geral ou provincial, contando apenas com o Hospital Geral da Machava, que é uma unidade especializada em doenças respiratórias, concretamente para o tratamento da tuberculose e acredita-se que com o surgimento deste empreendimento poderá estar minimizado o problema de atendimento de casos mais complexos da doença.

Sobre a disponibilidade dos recursos humanos, o Ministério da Saúde está a trabalhar no sentido de garantir que logo que terminem as obras tenha o pessoal pronto para entrar em acção, com o apetrechamento em termos de mobiliário garantidos dentro do pacote de financiamento da construção.

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Old July 16th, 2008, 10:34 PM   #8
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Inhambane expects investment of US$150 million in tourism in 2008


Maputo, Mozambique, 20 June – An estimated US$150 million are to be invested in Inhambane, a southern Mozambican province, the provincial tourism director told Macauhub.

Martinho Muatxiwa said that the projections for this year represented a rise of some 68 percent against 2007, a year in which US$89 million were invested in the province’s tourism sector.

Modernisation work is underway in Inhambane at Vilanculos airport carried out by Chinese company Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Corporation (AFECC), with the aim of giving it bigger passenger and cargo handling capacities.

When expansion work has been concluded, costing US$15 million, the airport’s capacity will increase from 65,000 to 200,000 passengers per year.

In the coastal waters of Inhambane there are many endangered marine species including sharks, whales and manta rays.

Because of the Soccer World Cup being held in South Africa in 2010, significant investments have been made in Inhambane province in the hope of attracting tourists to its beaches.

Tourism minister, Fernando Sumbana has said he believes that 1,000 of soccer fans will visit Mozambique’s beaches.

Inhambane’s tourism sector plan for the next five years includes attracting 10 “high quality tourism projects for high income people,” with overall investment of just over US$1 billion.

In the last few years, the tourism sector has accounted for around 2.5 percent of Mozambique’s gross domestic product (GDP). (macauhub)

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MEC lança projecto de construção e reabilitação de escolas secundárias

A comparticipação do Governo neste projecto será de 2.5 milhões de dólares norte americanos.

Esta cerimonia coincidiu com o encerramento do ano de construções escolares

Este projecto visa a construção e reabilitação de escolas secundarias nas província de Nampula, Cabo Delgado e Niassa, no norte, bem como Zambézia no centro do pais.

Por outro lado, este valor sera utilizado para a capacitação institucional das direcções provinciais de educação e cultura, da Universidade Pedagógica nestes pontos e ainda para a formação de professores, entre outras actividades.

Para a construção e reabilitação das escolas secundarias nas quatro províncias foi disponibilizado um valor de oito milhões de dólares norte-americanos.

Segundo Carlos Chissano, director nacional adjunto de planificação e cooperação no MEC, responsável pela área de construções e equipamentos escolares, as obras iniciam em Fevereiro próximo, podendo durar entre oito a 15 meses. O projecto termina em Dezembro.

Na província da Zambézia, o projecto preve a construcao da Escola Secundaria de Mocuba e em Nampula, a reabilitação das Escolas secundarias de Ribaue e Angoche.

Em Cabo Delgado sera construida a Escola Secundaria de Montepuez e reabilitada a Escola Secundaria de Pemba. Enquanto isso, em Niassa, as actividades vão para a reabilitação da Escola Secundaria Paulo Samuel Kankhomba em Lichinga, capital provincial, e Construção da Escola Secundaria de Cuamba.

Trata-se de escolas secundarias do primeiro e segundo ciclos, ou seja que leccionam da oitava a 12/a classes.

Para o efeito foram contratados para realizar estas obras a Nantong Construções, que trabalhara com as província da Zambézia e Nampula, Ergogest, para Niassa e Ceta construções, Cabo Delgado.

"Todas as condições estão criadas para que os empreiteiros iniciem as suas actividades em Fevereiro. O material ja se encontra nos locais", disse.

Os directores provinciais de educação das quatro províncias receberam quatro viaturas para poderem fazer o trabalho de fiscalização das obras, por forma a que as mesmas se realizem com qualidade e dentro dos prazos.

Aires Aly, o Ministro da Educação e Cultura, na ocasião disse que o projecto ora lançado visa dar continuidade as acções do Programa do Governo e do Plano Estratégico do sector da Educação, no que concerne a melhoria das condições de acesso a educação e qualidade de ensino, onde as infra-estruturas situam-se entre as principais prioridades.

"A construção de infra-estruturas educacionais assume uma importância especial e relevante no domínio da implementação do plano estratégico do sector da educação, pois constitui um elemento da materialização da expansão do ensino no pais", acrescentou.

Aly referiu que em termos de qualidade, o ano de 2007 registou melhoria considerável, assim como no cumprimento dos prazos das obras executadas.

Porem, existem casos de escolas cujas obras deveriam terminar em Maio ultimo, porem ainda estão longe do fim, estas obras iniciaram em 2006. Estes atrasos devem-se a varios factores, principalmente a falta de material.

Estes problemas afectam mais os distritos, que foram abrangidos pelo programa acelerado de construção de salas de aulas.

Porem, nao deixou de instar as empresas que vao executar as obras para que tenham em mente a necessidade de cumprimento dos prazos, como uma exigência do governo.

Nesta cerimonia do lançamento do projecto IV foram premiadas nove empresas pelo seu bom desempenho no fornecimento de material de escritórios e outros, na fiscalização e na execução das obras




{projetos educacionais sao muto importantes}
{educational projects like these are very relevant}

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Projecto de desenvolvimento de xefina inicia este ano

O facto foi revelado hoje (Quarta-feira), em Maputo, por Willie Styn, Director da “Quadrant Projects”, uma empresa sul-africana que, juntamente com a empresa moçambicana “Somotur”, formam o consórcio que deverá levar avante este projecto, cuja indicação preliminar aponta para custos globais orçados entre 200 e 300 milhões de dólares norte-americanos (o dólar equivale a cerca de 26 Meticais).
No entanto, o arranque das obras está condicionado a aprovação do estudo de impacto ambiental a ser elaborado por uma empresa mocambicana denominada 'IMPACTO - Projectos e Estudos Ambientais'.
Mia Couto, da IMPACTO, garantiu a jornalistas que o estudo estara pronto até ao próximo mês de Julho, para depois ser submetido ao Ministério para a Coordenação da Acção Ambiental (MICOA) para aprovação.
Ele falava a margem da Reunião de apresentação do projecto e metodologias de avaliação do impacto ambiental ocorrida ainda hoje, na cidade capital moçambicana.
“Caso o estudo de impacto ambiental seja aprovado dentro do previsto, vamos a tempo de terminar com o projecto ate antes do inicio do campeonato do mundo de 2010”, disse, por outro lado, Willie Steyn, perante varias dezenas de pessoas que tomaram parte no encontro.
O projecto de desenvolvimento de Xefina, uma ilha localizada a nordeste da capital moçambicana, Maputo, inclui, para além do desenvolvimento de infra-estruturas, o acesso a ela a partir da cidade de Maputo.
Na componente habitação, o projecto preve a construção de mais de 850 unidades habitacionais, entre vilas, condomínios, cabanas, entre outras.
Um hotel de cinco estrelas, uma pista de aterragem de helicópteros e centro de mergulho são parte de outras infra-estruturas que deverão ser erguidas naquela ilha que se tornou famosa por, entre outras razões, ter sido usada como um dos locais ideais para encarcerar moçambicanos contrarios ao regime colonial português.
O projecto contempla ainda construções na parte continental, nomeadamente na parte Norte da praia da Costa do Sol, tais como parques de estacionamento, garagens, áreas para abastecimento de pequenas embarcações a motor, entre outras.
Sobre o acesso a Xefina, o plano actual consiste na construção de uma ponte ligando o continente a ilha. Caso este projecto seja chumbado pelos ambientalistas, a ligação poderá ser feita através de pequenas embarcações a motor, vulgos 'Hover Craft'.
Com estas embarcações, a ligação poderá durar, segundo está projectado, cerca de sete minutos.
Quando a maré esta baixa é possivel caminhar a pé até a ilha, contra o risco de se ser surpreendido pela subida das aguas.
Apesar de ocupar uma pequena área, Xefina apresenta um elevado potencial florístico e faunistico, o que faz com que os ambientalistas duvidem sobre o seu futuro com o desenvolvimento do projecto.
A ilha sofre de erosão costeira, a qual tem vindo a diminuir a sua área calculada em um pouco mais de seis quilometros quadrados.
Cerca de 30 famílias habitam aquela ilha, vivendo basicamente da pesca, facto que levou aos donos do projecto a idealizarem a construcao de uma vila para pescadores.
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Hotels owned by big foreign companies have been proven all over the world to benefit the local population very little except for a few low-skilled jobs. They bring in an ex-pat manager and the locals work as waiters/cleaners. Then they send all their money back to their parent company aborad. Look at the Carribean or Gambia!
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Mozambique Seeks New Funding for Beira’s Fishing Port

Mozambique said on Monday it was looking for new financiers to bankroll US$100 million needed to reconstruct Beira port after the Bank for Economic Development of Africa (BADEA) refused to increase the initially agreed funding of US$20 million.

An evaluation carried out by an international consultancy pointed to restoration work on the port costing around US$20 million, but companies that have competed for the tender have concluded that the cost would be around five times higher, that is US$100 million.

A mission from BADEA that recently traveled to Mozambique told the government that it would not increase the initially outlined value of US$20 million.

“The government is now seeking new financiers, a process which is not easy at all,” Fisheries Minister Cadamiel Muthemba told reporters in Maputo on Monday.

Based on figures provided by the consultancy, a consortium made up of Bangladesh Consultant and Técnica, the government, which already had guaranteed funding from BADEA, scheduled a date for work to start this year, which is why it launched the tender for the project.

Due to these difficulties, Muthemba said that it was still difficult to know when work would begin.

The fact that the fishing port at Beira is not in operation means that vessels have to use the city’s commercial port which, as well as not having the conditions to unload fishing catches, has higher tariffs, which has led to complaints from fleet owners that have seen their competitiveness reduced.
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Italian Investors are adding to the Growing Numbers of Investments in Mozambique


Maputo, Mozambique, 21 July – Three Italian companies are sopon due to start operating in Mozambique in the energy, agri-industrial and tourism sectors, the Italian embassy’s business attaché, Simonetta Bartolomei said in Maputo.

According to Mozambican newspaper Notícias, Bartolomei made the statement after an audience offered by the Mayor of Maputo, Eneas Comiche, to a delegation of Italian business peopl.

Bartolomei said Italian business owners were keen to take advantage of the various business opportunities available, as well as to add to the excellent ties of friendship and cooperation ties between Mozambique and Italy.

Eneas Comiche, the city’s mayor, said that there had been significant advances in the area of business and that he would like to see Italian companies have a significant role in Mozambique’s development, in general, and particularly in Maputo.

According to Comiche, the city hall signed a memorandum of understanding with the municipal council of Turin, in Italy, which sets out the guidelines for cooperation in the area of municipal public transport.

Italy has been a partner of Mozambique since it had a privileged position in terms of partnerships and public investments in the country, with examples such as the Pequenos Libombos Dam, Corumana and other investments.
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Italian Investors are adding to the Growing Numbers of Investments in Mozambique


Maputo, Mozambique, 21 July – Three Italian companies are sopon due to start operating in Mozambique in the energy, agri-industrial and tourism sectors, the Italian embassy’s business attaché, Simonetta Bartolomei said in Maputo.

According to Mozambican newspaper Notícias, Bartolomei made the statement after an audience offered by the Mayor of Maputo, Eneas Comiche, to a delegation of Italian business peopl.

Bartolomei said Italian business owners were keen to take advantage of the various business opportunities available, as well as to add to the excellent ties of friendship and cooperation ties between Mozambique and Italy.

Eneas Comiche, the city’s mayor, said that there had been significant advances in the area of business and that he would like to see Italian companies have a significant role in Mozambique’s development, in general, and particularly in Maputo.

According to Comiche, the city hall signed a memorandum of understanding with the municipal council of Turin, in Italy, which sets out the guidelines for cooperation in the area of municipal public transport.

Italy has been a partner of Mozambique since it had a privileged position in terms of partnerships and public investments in the country, with examples such as the Pequenos Libombos Dam, Corumana and other investments.
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Chinese revamp Maputo airport

Jul 24 2008 3:42PM

Maputo - Mozambique's international airport in Maputo will be refurbished at a cost of $75m, a Macau-based news agency reported on Thursday.
The modernisation of the airport would be funded by a line of credit from the Chinese government, Macauhub reported the chairperson of the airports company of Mozambique, Diodino Cambaza, as saying.

Cambaza said the contract to refurbish Mozambique's major airports in Maputo, Pemba and Vilanculos had already been awarded to China's Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Corporation.

ADM had also launched an international tender to modernise and enlarge Quelimane airport in the central province of Zambezia. The upgrade was valued at $1.5m and would increase the airport's capacity to handle both passengers and cargo.

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Em Nampula: Construção do estádio arranca próximo ano

18-Jul-2008
A zona Norte do país vai contar com um estádio regional, a ser construído a partir do próximo ano, na cidade de Nampula, um empreendimento que, segundo cálculos preliminares, irá consumir mais de dois milhões de meticais, desembolsados pelo Governo.

Segundo Massuhude Zacarias, director-adjunto de Planificação e porta-voz da XII sessão do Governo em Nampula, a decisão de construir um estádio regional surge em consequência da insuficiência de recintos desportivos na Zona Norte, bem como da degradação dos poucos existentes.

“O Governo acredita que, com a construção deste recinto desportivo, ficará minimizado o problema da falta de espaços para a prática desportiva”, frisou Zacarias.

Com efeito, actualmente as três províncias do Norte, designadamente Cabo Delgado, Niassa e Nampula, contam com quatro estádios, a saber: Municipais de Pemba e de Lichinga, 25 de Junho e 25 de Setembro, estes dois na cidade de Nampula.

De salientar que o “25 de Setembro” encontra-se quase soterrado, devido à falta de um sistema de drenagem das águas das chuvas. Para salvar o recinto, estão a ser equacionadas várias saídas, uma das quais passa pela sua venda e posterior construção no local de um estabelecimento hoteleiro.
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Empresários italianos buscam oportunidades de negócios em Moçambique

Maputo – 14-07-08 - Uma delegação de 50 empresários italianos efectuou uma visita a Moçambique, nos dias 07 a 11 de Julho de 2008, com o objectivo de realizar encontros com os empresários nacionais, explorar as oportunidades de negócios e investimentos em Moçambique. A delegação, acompanhada pelo Vice Ministro do Desenvolvimento Económico da Itália, Adolfo Urso, realizou, dentre várias actividades, um seminário para intercâmbio de experiências entre as instituições económicas e empresários dos dois países; e visitas a locais com potencialidades para investimentos italianos. Durante a abertura do seminário, o Ministro da Indústria e Comércio, António Fernando, manifestou a vontade de que o encontro entre os empresários moçambicanos e italianos resulte em projectos concretos que possam contribuir para o crescimento da produção e processamento agrícola, assim como na produção de bio-combustíveis em Moçambique. Por outro lado, Adolfo Urso anunciou a intenção dos empresários italianos em investir nos sectores dos transportes e de energia, especificamente em fontes de energia alternativas, no turismo e construção civil.

the italians shall be joining the chinese, americans, Brasilians and south africans in the foreign investments going on in Mocambique
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Mozambique issues tender to upgrade airport

By: Reuters

Published: 25 Jul 08 - 16:40

Mozambique's Airports Company, (ADM) said on Friday it has issued a multimillion dollar tender to refurbish and expand Quelimane airport in the central province of Zambezia, 1 600 km north of Maputo.

ADM spokesperson Sandra Garcia told Reuters that the upgrade would boost the airport's capacity to handle more passengers and cargo and allow it to accommodate the Boeing 737-200.

"ADM has issued a multimillion dollar tender to upgrade the Quelimane airport including the building of new airport shops and office premises," she said in interview.

"Construction should take twelve months beginning January 2009 to meet our plans of serving tourists during the 2010 world cup event in South Africa", she said.

The government is upgrading and improving the efficiency of its transport infrastructure in preparation for soccer's 2010 FIFA World Cup in neighbouring South Africa.

Mozambique hopes to attract 150 000 tourists and fans during the tournament finals. Some 600,000 soccer fans from the 32 countries who will qualify for the event are expected to tour the southern African region.

The government plans to modernise the country's 10 airports and ancillary services, renew the fleet of Mozambican Airlines (LAM), and upgrade the railway system between Mozambique, South Africa and Swaziland.

ADM has awarded several contracts for refurbishment of airports in Maputo, Pemba and Vilancuclos to China's Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Corporation.

Funding for the $75-million refurbishment of the Maputo International Airport was also sourced from China.

Edited by: Reuters
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