Africa: All mine
Mozambique has had one of the fastest growing economies over the past decade, following a series of economic reforms. Endowed with rich, abundant and extensive natural resources, its present day economy is one of huge potential. The Mozambique government has taken steps to make the country as attractive as possible to foreign direct investment, upon which it is heavily dependent. South Africa is Mozambique's main trading partner, but Portugal, Belgium and Spain also figure among the country's most important partners.
The Mozambique government has made reforms to encourage foreign direct investment. Miguel Spinola outlines the legal framework surrounding the rights to the country’s rich natural resources
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