The head of Mozambique’s Bar Association says the Association will do everything it can to have the debts ruled illegal or ‘odious’
The indictment of Chang et. al. by a US court will affect the course of negotiations with creditors, Mozambique's Prime Minister said yesterday
The Mozambican authorities say progress on their own investigation has been made impossible due to a lack of cooperation from the authorities in the US and the UAE
The notorious EMATUM notes - since converted into a sovereign bond - were part of a 'fraudulent scheme' according to a US indictment
Finance Minister Adriano Maleiane has claimed Mozambique is unlikely to give creditors half a billion in gas revenues - by assuming Exxon's LNG project does not go ahead
Prime Minister says progress has been made towards a programme, despite IMF silence on the topic at the end of its latest visit
Maleiane says gas share instrument won't be replicated for syndicated loans; IMF downgrades transparency demand, to 'encourage' further clarity on Mozambique's hidden debts
IMF signals readiness to restore support to Mozambique, as civil society fears 'hidden debt' scandal is being forgotten
Mozambique’s total repayment for the $850 million borrowed by tuna fishing company EMATUM could top…...
A staff mission from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) arrived in Mozambique yesterday for a…...