International Trade in Mozambique

International Trade in Mozambique

For 10 years, Mozambique's growth has been one of the highest in sub-saharan Africa. However, it only reached 6.5% in 2010, due to the impact of the international crisis, and should stabilize in the coming years.  Growth is driven by export activities, very capitalistic and dominated by... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Mozambique

Economic Overview

For 10 years, Mozambique's growth has been one of the highest in sub-saharan Africa. However, it only reached 6.5% in 2010, due to the impact of the international crisis, and should stabilize in the coming years.  Growth is driven by export activities, very capitalistic and dominated by mega projects, as well as by private investment.

 

Mozambique's economic policy is in direct keeping with the IMF's Policy Support Instrument (PSI/ISPE), which was adopted in June 2007 for a length of 3 years. The priorities are to strengthen the macroeconomic stability, manage the debt and economic development. The acceleration of public investment in the infrastructures, the improvement of public finances management, a reform of fiscal policy and a better monitoring of the financial system are emphasized. 

Despite the good macro-economic performance and the social progress already made, Mozambique remains heavily dependent on foreign aid. The majority of its population remains below the poverty threshold and many are suffering from AIDS.

 

FDI in Figures

Mozambique is the third FDI destination country in southern Africa. The flows have been sustained in recent years, despite the world e...

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