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  • Funding guaranteed for Temane-Maputo power line

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: MozambiqueIndustries: Power/Utilities
    The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) on Sunday approved a soft loan of 99.7 million dollars to finance the high voltage 400 kv electricity transmission line from Temane, in the southern Mozambican province of Inhambane, to Maputo.
  • Chinese investors spend US$700 million on building a cement factory in Mozambique

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: ChinaMozambiqueIndustries: Real Estate & Construction
    Chinese investors will spend US$700 million to build a cement plant with a nominal capacity of 500,000 tonnes in Mozambique, with work expected to start in 2021, daily newspaper Correio da Manhã reported.
  • EU releases US$4m for Cyclone Idai victims

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: EuropeMalawi...Industries: All
    THE European Union (EU) has released nearly US$4 million in emergency aid to assist victims of Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi, with the United Nations (UN) saying the disaster may be the worst ever to strike the southern hemisphere.
  • CPDFund Headquarters Officially Established in Macao

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: AngolaBrazil...Industries: Real Estate & ConstructionBanking & Finance...
    The China and Portuguese-speaking Countries Cooperation and Development Fund (CPDFund) headquarters is officially established in Macao today.
  • Fertiliser producer Yara International may build $2 billion Mozambique gas-fired plant

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: MozambiqueNorwayIndustries: Real Estate & Construction
    Norwegian fertiliser maker Yara International is considering building a $2 billion plant in Mozambique and may seek partners to share the cost, the chief executive said.
  • AgDevCo invests $6.5 million in a pair of agribusiness deals

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: MozambiqueTanzania...Industries: AgribusinessLogistics & Transportation
    AgDevCo announced a pair of agribusiness investments last week for a combined total of $6.55 million. The precise terms and structure of both deals were not disclosed.
  • South Africa’s Capital Projects to invest $780 million for road construction in Mozambique

    Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: ChinaMozambique...Industries: InfrastructureLogistics & Transportation
    Capital Projects, a South African firm, has announced plans to invest US$780m to fund the construction of a highway linking Mozambique’s southern province of Inhambane and South Africa as part of a strategic bid to boost tourism and trade between the two countries.
  • Mozambique seeks $700 million to construct road linking South Africa

    Content Types: DealRegions & Countries: MozambiqueIndustries: InfrastructureLogistics & Transportation
    Mozambique plans to raise US$700m to finance the construction of a road linking South Africa from the tourist province of Inhambane as part of a strategy to boost tourism and trade between the two countries.
  • Chinese consortium to build airport in Gaza, Mozambique

    Content Types: Recent TransactionRegions & Countries: MozambiqueIndustries: Infrastructure
    China’s Anhui Foreign Economic Construction (Group) Co., Ltd., associated to the Chinese-capital Mozambican company Sogecoa Lda. (Mozambique), has been contracted by the Mozambican government to build the future airport of Gaza province, reports the Maputo-based daily Notícias.
  • Greater China Bi-Weekly Newsletter (28 April 2014)

    Content Types: NewsletterRegions & Countries: ChinaHong Kong...Industries: Minerals & ResourcesBanking & Finance...
    Chinese tech companies are racing to participate in the US IPO market in the biggest numbers since 2010, drawn by soaring valuations, access to capital, and more flexible listing requirements, said Asia- and US-based consultants. So far this year, JD.com, China’s second largest ecommerce site, Weibo (NASDAQ: WB), the twitter-like micro-blogging social media platform, and Jumei, a flash sale online retailer similar to Gilt, have all filed IPOs in...
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