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Mozambique is situated on the south-eastern coast of Africa. It borders Tanzania to the north, Zambia, Malawi and Zimbabwe to the west and South Africa and Swaziland to the south. This location puts the country in a strategic position in the Southern African region with its ports giving easy access to international markets and being the first choice for regional importers and exporters. Mozambique is an attractive destination for investments. In this article you will find an overview of investment opportunities, as provided by the Mozambique Investment and Export Promotion Agency (APIEX).

The Mozambican economy has registered remarkable growth in the last decade benefitting from substantial inflows of foreign direct investment (FDI) into various sectors, notably agriculture and agro-industry, tourism, infrastructure development, energy, fisheries and aquaculture, industry, mineral resources (mainly coal and gas) and banking, among others.

Mozambique has Membership Agreements with of the ICSID, MIGA and ICC and a signatory to bilateral investment promotion and protection agreements with many countries around the globe including China, South Africa, Germany, Algeria, Belgium, Botswana, Cuba, Denmark, Egypt, USA, USA (OPIC), Finland, France, Indonesia, Italy, Mauritius, the Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom (UK), Vietnam, Zimbabwe, India, Spain, Switzerland, Japan, Brazil, Singapore and Turkey.

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Why Invest In Mozambique ?

  • Mozambique has both comparative and competitive advantages, which are supplemented with good governance.
  • Strategic location (as a gateway to the Southern African Development Community, SADC): Providing infrastructure that gives access to land-locked SADC countries (ports, railways, pipelines and roads);
  • Rich and diverse natural resources: Vast land reserves, mineral resources, water and a diverse cultural and historical heritage;
  • Abundant labor force: availability of a competitive, educated and easily trainable labor force;
  • Sustainable economic growth: Mozambique is expected to grow in average around 7% every year from 2022, as a result of the LNG Projects and will be one of the fastest growing economies in the Sub-Saharan Africa for years to come.
  • Increased investment into infrastructure: infrastructure development is one of the country’s top priorities and public-private partnerships are encouraged.
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Infrastructures

Ports and airports: one of Mozambique’s best facilities is its infrastructure, especially ports and railways connecting landlocked neighbors to the Indian Ocean. The main ports of Maputo, Beira and Nacala are at their peak of performance following upgrading with the involvement of private sector. In addition, the immense natural gas deposits in the Rovuma Basin have prompted the authorities to establish a logistical harbor in Pemba where a deep-water port already exists.

Roads and bridges are being upgraded everywhere in the country and new ones are being built. Thanks to these developments, it is now effectively possible to move freight from the south to the north and between provinces. In Maputo, the construction of a bridge across Maputo Bay to the town of Catembe is almost complete. With the planned improvement of the road between Catembe and the tourism town of Ponta de Ouro on the border with the wealthy South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, the economic activity including cross border trade will receive a major boost.

Airports are not left behind. Upgrading airports is a top government priority. Maputo, Vilanculos and Pemba have already seen their airports rebuilt. The port city of Nacala has a brand-new international airport which will play a major role for the economy of the northern region of the country.

Agriculture

Mozambique has tropical to sub-tropical climate with fertile soil, ample rainfall, 36 million hectares of arable land, mostly unutilized and irrigable area estimated at about 3.0 million hectares, eight river basins considered the most favorable for the development of irrigation, Maputo, Limpopo, Búzi, Zambezi, Licungo, Melúli, Lúrio and Rovuma.

Mozambique identified 15 strategic value chains with greatest opportunities: maize, rice, potatoes, beans, cassava, poultry, meat, sweet potatoes, vegetables, banana, sugar, sesame, soy, cotton, cashew-nut, macadamia and paprika.

Tourism And Hospitality

Unique investment opportunities in national parks and reserves, the possibility of investment in private game farms in the interior of the country, benefiting from fauna and flora, combined with beach tourism along the 2700 km coast and on islands and archipelagos.

The Government identified specific areas and protect by law for integrated tourism development: Inhassoro Integrated Resort; Pemba Integrated Resort (east coast and Pemba); Pemba Marina; Business Hotel in Pemba, Inhassoro Hotel; Crusse Jamali Integrated Resort.

Energy And Mineral Resources

Mozambique is endowed with an enormous and diversified energy resource base, most of which remains untapped. Nevertheless, as a result of recent developments, the country is expected to emerge as the 3rd largest exporter of LNG (liquefied natural gas) in the world, once the necessary investments have been fully made. It includes: (i) Exploitation of the 23 billion tons of coal reserve potential; (ii) Exploitation of more than 200 TCF natural gas reserves; (iii) Exploitation of more than 23TW of renewable energy potential.

Manufacturing

Investment opportunities almost all over the country food and agro-processing; packaging and printing; wood processing; textile and apparel; building materials; sanitary were; furniture and metals and metallurgical

Fisheries And Aquaculture

Established export market in EU and Asia in terms of prawns, and various sea products. An enormous potential all along its 2,700 km Indian Ocean coastline, combined with the excellent natural conditions favorable for aquaculture.

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Established export market in EU and Asia in terms of prawns, and various sea products. An enormous potential all along its 2,700 km Indian Ocean coastline, combined with the excellent natural conditions favorable for aquaculture.

Mineral Resources

Investment opportunities for the exploration, extraction, processing and utilization of various types of resources including natural gas, coal, gold, titanium, ilmenite, zircon, rutile, tantalite, marbles, and precious stones.

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Investment Opportunities

The Mozambican Government has defined agriculture, industry, infrastructures, energy and tourism as priority and strategic sectors for the country’s development.

By defining these sectors as strategic, the government intends to promote growth and diversification of the productive base, job creation and equilibrium of the country’s trade balance.

To Industry the Government has assigned the role of economic driver by transforming and adding value to the country’s abundant natural resources and thus promoting the diversification and expansion of the supply of locally produced goods and services and, consequently, stimulating exports and substituting imports.

Energy

this sector is of vital importance since Mozambique possesses natural conditions for the generation of energy for the national market and for the region due to the availability of sustainable energy resources such as rivers, oil and natural gas, coal and sun, among others. The Energy sector offers several investment opportunities, which can be exploited either by national or foreign investors either individually or in public-private partnerships.

Tourism

with more than 36 million hectares of arable land and a young and easily trainable workforce, this sector constitutes the backbone of the Mozambican economy by allowing the production of various food and cash crops with a potential of feeding different value chains of the national and international markets.

Mineral Resources

this sector has been driving the growth of the Mozambican economy with the start of exploration of the enormous reserves of natural gas and oil recently discovered which place the country on the map of the world’s largest producers of fossil fuels. This sector offers opportunities not only in the extraction of these resources but also in their transformation and value addition at national level. These resources include gold, rubies, tourmaline, precious stones, heavy sands, among others.

Infrastructures

this sector is of vital importance since Mozambique possesses natural conditions for the generation of energy for the national market and for the region due to the availability of sustainable energy resources such as rivers, oil and natural gas, coal and sun, among others. The Energy sector offers several investment opportunities, which can be exploited either by national or foreign investors either individually or in public-private partnerships.

Agriculture

with more than 36 million hectares of arable land and a young and easily trainable workforce, this sector constitutes the backbone of the Mozambican economy by allowing the production of various food and cash crops with a potential of feeding different value chains of the national and international markets.

Business Environment

In order to facilitate investments in the various sectors of activity, Mozambique has a legal framework that promotes and protects foreign and national direct investment, and allows the export or repatriation of capital and dividends linked to the investment made. The government also grants a set of tax benefits to investments depending on their nature and sector of activity.

In order to make the country competitive in attracting investment, the Government has embarked on macroeconomic reforms, with emphasis on fiscal and monetary policy, the commercial code and legislation with impact on business and investment, which has resulted in the simplification of procedures for investing, in the reduction the tax burden and the adoption of the best international practices in investment matters.

In terms of investment guarantees, the following stand out:

Protection of property rights and other property rights, including intellectual property rights; Ÿ Legal protection of land use and benefit rights, under the terms of the law;

Transfer of exportable profits abroad; from royalties or other investment remuneration income; capital amortization of interest on loans contracted abroad and applied in the project; of foreign capital invested and re-exportable; proceeds from compensation received as a result of expropriation, nationalization or any other equivalent measures.

Investment Incentives

The code of fiscal benefits grants tax and customs benefits depending on the amount, location and sector of investment activity. The current incentive schemes are:

Generic Fiscal and Customs Benefits: Investments carried out under the Investment Law are exempt from payment of customs duties and VAT on import of capital goods and their accompanying parts and accessories classified as Class K of the Customs Tariff.

Tax Credit per Investment: Investments carried out in Maputo City benefit, for a period of five tax years, from a deduction (not to exceed the tax payable in respect of the investment project activity) from Corporate Income Tax (IRPC) that is equal to 5% of the total investment realized.

The percentage is 10% in all other remaining provinces. In addition, there are specific regimes for:

  • Agriculture and Fisheries;
  • Trade in Rural Areas;
  • Manufacturing and Assembly Industry;
  • Creation of Basic Infrastructure;
  • Industrial Free Zones;
  • Tourism and Hospitality;
  • Large Scale Projects.

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