112020May
Force Majeure in Mozambique

Force Majeure in Mozambique

As we are all aware the spread of the coronavirus in Mozambique these past month has caused the Mozambique Government and the World Health Organization (WHO) to announce measures to prevent the increase of the virus. Pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 11/2020, of 30 March, Law No. 1/2020, of 31 of March and Law No….

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272019Feb
Mauritius enhances and strengthens Economic & Bilateral Ties with Mozambique

Mauritius enhances and strengthens Economic & Bilateral Ties with Mozambique

Mauritius and Mozambique have renewed their strong commitment into deepening the existing bilateral and economic ties to further enhance engagement in Africa through the signing of three Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) in early February 2019. The three MOUs relate to: (i) Environment – in view of enhancing cooperation regarding environment protection and conservation of natural…

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142018Aug
Trade in Africa: Recent developments, opportunities, incentives and challenges

Trade in Africa: Recent developments, opportunities, incentives and challenges

Recession, lack policy reform and administrative hurdles often affect the climate of trade, investment and business in Africa. At LEX Africa’s most recent seminar, members discussed the challenges and changes seen in 2018. Osayaba Giwa-Osagie, senior partner at Giwa-Osagie & Co — a LEX Africa member in Nigeria — chaired an in-depth panel discussion on…

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92018Apr
An Outlook on Africa 2018

An Outlook on Africa 2018

LEX Africa members from around the continent gathered at a seminar in Johannesburg to discuss Africa’s investment climate and private equity market, governance in Zimbabwe, and the future of Nigeria’s flourishing economy. Quality goods, policy reformation that addresses the challenges of doing business in Africa and a welcoming environment for foreign direct investors are just…

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282018Mar
Mozambique is addressing economic reform in a big way in 2018

Mozambique is addressing economic reform in a big way in 2018

Improved exchange control, the Local Content law and the Nacala Logistics Corridor are stimulating domestic production, generating jobs and lifting income potential. Significant strides in Mozambique’s legislation and policies could see a rapid turn around in the country’s economic situation. In 2016, inflation peaked at 26 percent. Today, that figure has drastically improved to an…

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