As mining projects revive, new railways are being built to transport output.
Mozambique hopes to boost economy through industrial development zone in Tete Province, according to analysts.
African economic success in 2017 and beyond will demand real structural reform and diversification.
Mozambique security deal brings the resumption of coal transportation in the country.
Investors are cautious, but Africa’s plentiful oil and gas resources remain an attractive prospect.
Mozambique’s debt crisis leaves the country on the precipice of a financial disaster. But how did we get here?
Mozambique’s debt crisis threatens to sink its once booming economy, as debt levels are expected to hit 130% of GDP by the end of the year.
The Economic Partnership Agreement is designed to give African countries expanded access to the EU market while gradually opening African markets to EU products.
Weakening demand for commodities and a record low oil price could threaten growth, requiring economic diversification.
In 2013, Mozambique backed an $850m bond for a tuna fishing company. Now, as the company looks likely to default, questions are being asked about where the money went.