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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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Some of Mozambique’s biggest commercial projects are harming the livelihoods and living standards of local populations, according to accusations made by civil society at a conference in Maputo this month on the topic of land rights and so-called land [...]

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Green Resources, the Norwegian company that owns major forestry plantations in northern Mozambique, has told Zitamar News that production of pulp to feed the paper industry is a long term-goal, while its near-term focus remains the production of wooden poles and timber. In an [...]

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Green Resources, a Norwegian company that owns major forestry plantations in northern Mozambique, is set to ask shareholders for $15 million to cover operational costs after the company’s second biggest shareholder sold its stake at the end of April at an [...]

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Green Resources, the Norwegian forestry company that grows eucalyptus and pine in northern Mozambique, Tanzania, and Uganda, lost $48.1 million in the 2015 financial year despite a significant reduction in spending in Mozambique’s Niassa province. The company’s biggest project in Mozambique [...]

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