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Forestry company Green Resources, which is growing around 15,000 hectares of pine and eucalyptus in northern Mozambique, is hoping to use its timber to make electricity transmission poles for state utility EDM, replacing the import of thousands of poles from [...]

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Business Maputo, Mozambique. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Roughly a third of the 3,000 civil construction companies that operated in Mozambique in 2014 are now technically bankrupt, and 20% have already closed their doors as a result of the country's’ economic crisis, according to industry figures. [...]

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Infrastructure Beira Port. Photo: Cornelder de Moçambique
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Cornelder de Moçambique, a Mozambican company part-owned by the Dutch Port of Rotterdam, is in line for an extension to its concession to run the Port of Beira on the condition that it upgrades the port’s cargo loading capacity.

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Infrastructure Angoche aerodrome seen from space. Image: Google Earth
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Mozambique’s government has published a new call for expressions of interest for Design, Build, Operate and Transfer (DBOT) concessions to develop five small airports across the country, reigniting an similar tender that was first
Infrastructure Vilankulo airport
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Mozambique’s minister of transport, Carlos Mesquita, has quashed talk of closing Mozambique’s smaller airports to international traffic, ending years of speculation that international flights to important tourism and business destinations would have to [...]

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Electricity Cahora Bassa dam. Photo © Tom Bowker / Zitamar News
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Hidroelectrica de Cahora Bassa (HCB), the 2 gigawatt Mozambican hydropower dam in Tete province, is hiring legal and financial advisers ahead of a planned listing on Mozambique’s stock exchange, the Bolsa de Valores de Moçambique (BVM).

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