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    17 January, 2015
  
   Composition of new government
 
 

On 17 January President Filipe Nyusi appointed his new government.
 
     
 
    15 January, 2015
  
   President Nyusi sworn into office
 
 

“The people are my only boss”, declared Mozambique’s new President, Filipe Nyusi, moments after he was sworn into office as Head of State, in Maputo’s Independence Square, on 15 January.
 
     
 
    8 January, 2015
  
   IMF expects strong economic growth
 
 

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Mozambique’s growth to remain strong and broad based in the medium term, with its macroeconomic performance remaining robust.
 
     
 
    8 January, 2015
  
   Filipe Nyusi to take office on 15 January
 
 

The Constitutional Council, Mozambique’s highest body in matters of constitutional and electoral law, has announced that the winner of the 15 October presidential election, former defence minister Filipe Nyusi, will take office in a week’s time, on 15 January.
 
     
 
    5 January, 2015
  
   Tax target surpassed
 
 

The Mozambican Tax Authority (AT) surpassed its tax collection targets for 2014, according to its chairperson, Rosario Fernandes.
 
     
 
  10 April, 2017  
 
Seized wood to be sold at auction
 
Minister of Land, Environment and Rural Development, Celso Correia, has confirmed that the 150,000 cubic metres of wood seized so far in “Operation Trunk”, in the north and centre of the country, will be sold to the highest bidder at public auction.

 
  5 April, 2017  
 
Date fixed for municipal elections
 
The Mozambican government has fixed 10 October 2018 as the date for the next municipal elections.

 
  4 April, 2017  
 
Central Bank lays down new exchange rate rules
 
The Bank of Mozambique has issued regulations to ensure more transparent exchange rates.

 


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