Third Party Event

13 May 2019 - 14 May 2019

Infrastructure is one of four investment priorities of the Mozambique government as it unlocks economic growth and competitiveness.

The World Bank forecasts $9 billion in revenue from coal and gas alone by 2032, while exciting opportunities also exist in agriculture, oil, graphite and other commodities. To efficiently manage current and future demand, new ports and railway infrastructure must be built while existing ports and railway infrastructure must be expanded and upgraded. Improved regional integration will provide better transport connections and encourage trade between countries. Mozambique enjoys a privileged and strategic location as the natural exit for most of its landlocked neighbours.
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