President Filipe Nyusi (2015-present) extends the State of Emergency until 29 July as confirmed Covid-19 cases surpass 1,000.
The virus has had a significant impact on Mozambique’s economy as social distancing and travel restrictions (domestically and globally) affect demand for goods and services. Reduced demand and prices of commodities are slowing the pace of investment in gas and coal, two key industries for Mozambique.
Despite headwinds, there is positivity, the Mozambique liquified natural gas, (LNG) project stands to transform the country and entrench it as a leading player in the global LNG industry.
The country will offer countless opportunities for investment throughout the value chain.
Learn what the legal and regulatory implications are for businesses operating in Mozambique…
Join us on 23rd July at 15.00CAT/CEST/SAST to hear experts give their outlook for the country….
Tara O’Connor, Director – Africa Risk Consulting
Tiago Arouca Mendes & Paula Duarte Rocha – HRA Advogados
Josina Correia, Partner – Josina Correia Advogados.
Taciana Peao Lopes – Taciana Peão Lopes & Advogados Associados
Speakers will share their knowledge on different thematic areas and categories of law – including employment and labour, projects in Mozambique, the corporate environment as well as more general insights on the socio-political and economic context.