Confederação das Associações Económicas de Moçambique

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An economic analysis of natural resources in Mozambique 2005

1. Introduction The management of land resources and legal arrangements concerning land tenure have been a matter of heated dispute among Mozambican policy-makers and external agencies over the pastdecade. The positions taken by many participants have been strongly influenced by circumstances and developments elsewhere in Southern Africa – notably Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Even so, much of …

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Establishment and Maintenance of Fruit Flies Pest Free Areas of Production in Mozambique 2009

1. Introduction Fruit flies of the family Tephritidae are among the most injurious pests of fruits and vegetables in the world. The presence of species of the family Tephritidae not only has a negative impact on economy of infested countries, but also has implication on the international trade due to the restrictions imposed by the …

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Improving the competitiveness of the timber and wood sector 2006

1. Introduction Mozambique must continue to grow rapidly in the next decade to reduce poverty. Growth will depend, in part, on Mozambique’s ability to take advantage of opportunities in international trade and investment by reducing transaction costs, increasing investment, and improving the competitiveness of labor-intensive industries—all of which must be integrated into the nationalstrategy to sustain rapid growth …

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Land tenure services 2006

Introduction The goal of the Land Tenure Services component is to improve land access by producers and investors through a more transparent and efficient land rights allocation process and to develop a more robust and sustainable approach in Mozambique to removing land tenurerelated constraints to private investment and to participation of the poor in economic growth.The objective of …

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Taxationinthe Agricultural Sectorin Mozambique

CHAPTER ONE: THE VAT INTRODUCTION In a study for CTA and USAID/SPEED, Hipólito Hamela identified ways in which the VAT in Mozambique may be adversely affecting the agricultural sector, which comprises approximately 25% of GDP in Mozambique (Hamela, 7). In particular, he discovered an issue arising from purchases from farmers with no taxpayer identification number, …

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