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Agriculture Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meeting Filipe Nyusi in Maputo in 2016. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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India says it will honour a commitment to import pigeon peas from Mozambique, but crops are still rotting in the fields, jeopardising the livelihoods of up to two million farmers. Traders at Mozambique’s ports say they can’t export to India following a decree restricting India’s global [...]

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Agriculture Sugar cane at Tongaat Hulett's Mafambisse estate
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Mozambique’s deputy minister of trade and industry has encouraged South African sugar producers to think about how to reposition themselves for trade Britain after it leaves the European Union - as the British minister for international trade prepares to [...]

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Agriculture bananas
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AgDevCo, an agribusiness investor funded by UK state development agency DFID, is teaming up with a group of experienced Mozambican investors to convert a citrus farm in Maputo province into a major banana producer capable of exporting to South Africa. [...]

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Agriculture Xinavane Tongaat Hulett
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South African sugar producer Tongaat Hulett has begun work on a $41 million refinery in southern Mozambique to make enough white sugar to satisfy the country’s demand in full. The refinery will be built at the company’s [...]

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Agriculture Eucalyptus saplings grown by Portucel Moçambique. Photo: Portucel Moçambique
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A group of five Mozambican civil organisations and charities has said that a major plantation project in Manica and Zambezia is “disadvantageous” to locals. The criticisms of Portucel Moçambique’s plantation came in a new report into the ‘jobs for land’ deal [...]

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Agriculture
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Mozambique’s Minister of Agriculture and Food Security last week invited international investors to put a total of $2.5 billion into irrigation projects in five river basins throughout the country, serving 150,000 hectares of productive land.

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