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PM defende implantação de uma indústria de processamento local dos recursos minerais

PM defends the implantation of a local processing industry for mineral resources

The Prime Minister, Adriano Maleiane today challenged the national and international investors to bet on the implementation of the mineral resources processing industry at local level in order to add value to the Mozambican extractive industry. According to Maleiane, who made this statement in Pemba, Cabo Delgado province, at the opening of the Energy and Industry Summit, the...

Moeda única africana é uma utopia, defende analista

Single African currency is a utopia, says analyst

African states operate on utopias that are important for development, one of them being the creation of a single currency to circulate throughout the African continent, argues analyst Calton Cadeado. ?We have reached a level of blockage that does not allow us to believe in the achievement of this utopia within the framework of agenda 2063,? said the analyst in a...

Primeiro-ministro defende maior ligação entre centros de produção agrícola e mercados

Prime Minister defends greater connection between agricultural production centers and markets

The Prime Minister, Adriano Maleiane, defended yesterday, during the ceremony of taking over the general director of the Mozambique Cereals Institute (ICM), Alfredo da Piedade Nampuio, replacing Momed Valá, the establishment of a bigger link between the production centers and the markets, through the promotion of commercialization of the agricultural production surplus. For Adriano

Moeda tanzaniana domina o comércio no Posto Administrativo do Lago Niassa

Tanzanian currency dominates trade in Lake Niassa Administrative Post

The commercial transactions in the locality of Wikihi, in the Administrative Post of Cobué, in the district of Lago, Niassa, are carried out in Tanzanian currency ?Xelim?, due to the difficulties of access routes with the interior of Mozambique. Depending solely on the sea, the approximately four thousand inhabitants of Cobué are, therefore, obliged to resort to...