We have unparalleled knowledge of how things work in Mozambique, from import procedures, customs clearances and processes, work permits and visas. We can offer a One Stop Shop to ease investing and working in Mozambique. The company’s main objective is to create and take advantage of opportunities for direct investment in, sales to, or advisory work on behalf of private and governmental companies involved in the development of Mozambique.
Investment in Mozambique
Our local Mozambican partners have accompanied the development of the country since the time of Mozambique’s first president, Samora Machel. Over the years they have developed an encyclopaedic knowledge of Mozambique, its culture and people. They have a finger on the pulse of the country and of projects of interest to local and foreign investors.
Our joint objective is to attract investors to Mozambique to work together with Government and / or local partners.
Over the next 30 years, the GDP for Mozambique’s is expected to increase at the rate of 8-10% p.a. in real terms. This will transform this impoverished nation into one of the world’s premier petro-states generating enormous opportunities for investors.
Recoverable gas resources identified in the Rovuma Basin so far are estimated at 180 trillion cubic feet.
The Final Investment Decisions (FIDs) are expected to total a staggering USD 128 billion by 2025.
Mozambique’s GDP is expected to increase in real terms at the rate of 8-10% p.a. over the next 30 years.
By 2030 the nation will be transformed into one of the world’s premier petro-states generating enormous opportunities for investors.
Mozambique is no stranger to international trade, strong winds have long brought foreign commerce to its shores. Up until the end of the fifteenth century, global trade routes centred around Arabia. This linked countries in the Far East with India, East Africa and the Mediterranean. Later the Portuguese would disrupt Arab dominance in the area, but the buying and selling of valuable items has continued to this day.