Trade Policy Review: Mozambique 2009

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“Trade Policy Reviews” analyse the trade policies and practices of each member of the WTO. The reviews consist of three parts: an independent report by the WTO Secretariat, a report by the government, and the concluding remarks by the Chair of the WTO’s Trade Policy Review Body. The opening section - “key trade facts” - provides a visual overview of the WTO member’s major exports/imports, main export destinations, origins for its imports and other key data. This edition looks into the trade practices of Mozambique.



Report by Mozambique

Mozambique has produced positive economic results over the last decade. The economic environment has been transformed. Mozambique has a low diversified economy. It is dependent from agriculture. Mozambique recorded an average annual per capita income of US$362 in 2006 and this is estimated to have been US$466 in 2008. A combination of several factors: political stability, economic reforms, foreign investment flows, the gradual integration into regional markets and continued international donor support have created the conditions for high economic growth rates recorded in recent years.


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