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    21 July, 2015
  
   President Nyusi’s visit to France a success
 
 

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi told reporters on 21 July that he had achieved all the objectives he had hoped for from his three day visit to France.
 
     
 
    17 July, 2015
  
   World Bank praises financial inclusion
 
 

World Bank representative Mark Lundell has praised the Mozambican government’s efforts to ensure financial inclusion and economic development.
 
     
 
    7 July, 2015
  
   Tonnes of ivory and rhino horns incinerated
 
 

The Mozambican authorities on Monday incinerated in Maputo over 2.4 tonnes of ivory and rhinoceros horns seized from poaching gangs.
 
     
 
    7 July, 2015
  
   Falling prices for third consecutive month
 
 

In June, for the third consecutive month, Mozambique experienced deflation, according to the figures released on Tuesday by the National Statistics Institute (INE).
 
     
 
    3 July, 2015
  
   German aid for Mozambique
 
 

The Mozambican and German governments signed three agreements in Maputo on 3 July, under which Germany will donate €128 million (US$142 million) for various development projects.
 
     
 
  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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