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Business Bread for sale in Maputo. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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The Mozambican government has announced the complete liberalization of the price of bread, and the removal of subsidies to flour mills - saying Mozambique’s rising currency and falling global flour price would cushion the impact of the measures. [...]

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Mozambique today announced a total ban on imported chicken from all countries, and the import of all meat products from Brazil, in response to a police investigation into meat production standards in Brazil which found evidence of exporters bribing health [...]

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Economy Food prices have risen by 40% in Mozambique over the last year. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Consumer price inflation in Mozambique hit a record high of 24.90% over the last 12 months, according to national statistics agency INE, and looks set to increase further as regulated prices rise  and the value of the currency continues to fall. [...]

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No agreement on whether to raise the price of bread has yet been reached between the government and all the different players in the bread industry, despite official statements to the contrary. Negotiations with flour millers are still ongoing and deal is only expected to be announced next [...]

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Agriculture A wheat field in Tsangano, Tete. Photo © Fungai Caetano / Zitamar News
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Wheat produced in the Mozambican province of Tete is being sold to Malawi rather than supplying the domestic market, at a time when Mozambique is spending $400 million a year on wheat imports. Around 700 farmers [...]

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