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    IMO 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation

    From January 1st, 2020, the new IMO (International Maritime Organization) 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation will be in effect . All sea-going vessels worldwide will have to comply and reduce their sulphur emissions by 85%... Read more

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    Scrap booking for Indonesia

    Dear Customer, Plastic scrap, wastes are allowed to be imported as long as: At least 95% of the cargo consists in plastic wastes ( if more than 5% of the waste can’t go through a recycling process, shipments will be rejected) Importers should be equipped with the full set of machineries to

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    Work begins on new logistics corridor in central area of Mozambique

    Works linked to a new logistics corridor in the central region of the country, valued at US $ 3.2 billion (2.9 million euros), start today with the ambition of promoting Mozambican production and creating a preferential port for Malawi and Zambia. "There are preliminary studies and good talks

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    Construction of Caia-Nacala power transmission line in Mozambique, begins this year

    Construction of the power transmission line from Caia, in Sofala province in central Mozambique to Nacala-a-Velha in Nampula will begin before the end of the year to meet the need to improve service quality in the north of the country, said the Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy. Max

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    New photovoltaic plant under consideration in Mozambique

    The environmental impact study of a 50-megawatt photovoltaic power plant to be built in Lichinga, the capital of Niassa province, northern Mozambique, will begin in September under a recently signed memorandum. The memorandum was signed between the provincial government, the Anglican church in

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    Mozambique joins African Export and Import Bank

    Mozambique will join the African Export and Import Bank (Afreximbank), according to a statement issued at the end of a Council of Ministers meeting held on Tuesday in Maputo. The statement said that the Council of Ministers authorised the Minister of Finance to sign the necessary documentation

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    55th Maputo International Fair, Mozambique opens with 20 countries attending

    The Maputo International Fair, the largest trade fair in Mozambique, on Monday begins its 55th edition in Ricatla, in the Marracuene district of Maputo province, with the participation of 20 countries, as well as Macau. The organising body, the Investment and Export Promotion Agency (Aipex),

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    Thermal power plant in Tete, Mozambique moves ahead with a tripartite agreement

    Ncondezi Energy has signed a joint development agreement for a thermoelectric power station in Mozambique’s Tete province with the China Machinery Engineering Corp. (CMEC) and General Electric Switzerland (GE), the British company said in a statement. The company, which is expected to have a 40%

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    Government approves decree for one of the largest investments in Porto da Matola

    The Council of Ministers approved on Tuesday, the concession project for one of the largest investments to be executed in the Port of Maputo, in the southern region of the country. Through a decree approved at the 24th ordinary session, the government gives Belualuane Gas Campany the authorization

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    Maputo International Fair 2019, in Mozambique, has 15 countries confirmed to attend

    Fifteen countries have already confirmed their participation in this year’s edition of the Maputo International Fair (FACIM), with organisers expecting to exceed numbers for 2018, according Mozambique’s export and investment promotion agency Aipex. Jaime Nicolas, coordinator of the FACIM 2019