Confederação das Associações Económicas de Moçambique

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Liberalization of Mozambique’s Aviation Policy

1. Introduction Mozambique’s export growth is hindered by long distances from tourist-generating centers and by low air-traffic density that causes high air-fares. Protectionist aviation policies severely constrain the development of tourism as well as businesses, including those related to high-value added agriculture and just-in-time manufacturing. This protectionism, for example, pulls customers from the entire travel and tourism chain—from hotels, …

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Memorandum on Action Plan for CNELEC Operations in Mozambique

1. Scope of Work The objective of this assignment was to provide advice to the Minister of Energy inMozambique in the creation of a feasible and credible action plan to make the advisoryelectricity regulatory body, CNELEC, operational. To accomplish this objective, thescope of work lists the following set of activities: 1. Travel to Mozambique for …

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Review of Mozambique’s Telecom Sector

1. Introduction VALUE OF INFORMATION NETWORKS Information networks contribute to economic and social welfare. The relationship between investment in information infrastructure—telecom and computer networks and their components—and a nation’s economic development and performance is well established in principle. A variety of econometric studies confirm the nature and strength of the relationship. Details may vary from one economy to …

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