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    1. May 1, 2016

      Hidden loans leave once-promising Mozambique with heavy costs

      Until recently, Mozambique appeared to be riding a natural gas-fuelled wave, with predictions of vast riches filling...

    2. April 24, 2016

      ‘Malaria bond’ set to play innovative role in fundraising

      In January, the UK government and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced funding of £3bn over the next five...

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    1. Fast FT

      April 19, 2016

      Primark's US debut and stronger sugar market lifts ABF

      Associated British Foods, the owner of Primark and a motley crew of other businesses including Twinings tea and Ryvita,...

    2. April 18, 2016

      IMF halts Mozambique aid after finding undisclosed debts of $1bn

      Mozambique faces a deepening crisis after the International Monetary Fund suspended funding to the southern African...

    3. April 15, 2016

      The silence of the deep: free-diving in Mozambique

      It’s the silence that is most startling. In a dark blue Indian Ocean, raked by shafts of subtropical sunlight, I’m...

    4. Fast FT

      April 1, 2016

      Mozambique pulls off "tuna bond" restructuring

      Mozambique has successfully restructured its controversial “tuna” bond.Investors in the southern African country have...

    5. March 24, 2016

      Mozambique debris ‘almost certainly’ from MH370

      Debris found in Mozambique is “highly likely” to come from MH370, Australian authorities said on Thursday, providing...

    6. Fast FT

      March 24, 2016

      Debris "almost certainly" from MH370: Australian government

      Debris recently found in Mozambique is “almost certainly” from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, the...

    7. March 18, 2016

      Get rich easy with junk emerging market sovereign debt

      You may have noticed an increase in what they call headline risk for emerging market sovereign debt over the past month...

    8. Fast FT

      March 18, 2016

      Eni CEO: Cut costs, but don't fire 'competent people'

      Eni, the Italian oil and gas company, is planning to boost production by 3 per cent through 2019 even as it cuts costs...

    9. March 17, 2016

      Emerging market debt: A trawl for yield

      The eight sleek, military grey patrol boats sitting on the concrete of Maputo port would not look out of place in a...

    10. Fast FT

      March 17, 2016

      Mozambique fleshes out 'tuna bond' restructuring plans

      Mozambique has provided investors with details of the exchange it hopes to secure in order to restructure a...

    11. Fast FT

      March 17, 2016

      Rio Tinto names coal & copper chief as Sam Walsh's successor

      Rio Tinto has named Jean-Sébastien Jacques as its new chief executive, replacing Sam Walsh. In a statement to the ASX,...

    12. Fast FT

      March 15, 2016

      Tuna bond fears rattle Mozambique credit rating

      Mozambique’s controversial “tuna bond” has knocked the southern African country’s credit rating.Standard & Poor’s has...

    13. FT Alphaville

      March 11, 2016

      So long, and thanks for all the tuna bonds

      When Zambia issued its first international bond, in 2012, investors could knock themselves out reading a 106-page...

    14. March 10, 2016

      Mozambique proposes ‘tuna’ bond restructuring

      Mozambique has proposed a restructuring of the contentious state-backed “tuna” bond that has become a byword for the...

    15. Fast FT

      March 10, 2016

      Mozambique hires banks for 'tuna bonds' restructuring

      Mozambique has hired Credit Suisse and Russian bank VTB to arrange a restructuring of the controversial $850m bond...

    16. March 3, 2016

      MH370 investigators to examine aircraft debris in Mozambique

      A piece of aircraft debris that washed up on a sandbank in Mozambique has a “high possibility” of being from a Boeing...

    17. February 29, 2016

      Marxists’ gifts to the markets

      Business leaders and stock market investors tend not, as a rule, to be staunch supporters of hardline communism. But...

    18. Fast FT

      February 8, 2016

      ABF looks to buy out African sugar business

      Associated British Foods, the UK company that combines a sugar business with low cost clothing retailer Primark, has...

    19. FT Alphaville

      January 29, 2016

      Maputo or bust?

      Move over Tchenquiz. Paul Murphy is going quids in on a grand design in Mozambique. You can read all about it in this...

    20. January 29, 2016

      How an FT writer built his seaside holiday home — in Mozambique

      FT starchitects edition Journalists do not like making the news. We prefer to stay behind the camera, notebook and...

    21. December 21, 2015

      Dhow, Maputo

      Where Rua de Marracuene No. 4 Plug sockets/WiFi No Espresso 80MZN ($1.60) Open 10am to 7pm Mon-Sat Privacy 4/5 The...

    22. December 7, 2015

      Omani sovereign wealth fund holds talks to invest in Kenmare

      An Omani sovereign wealth fund is in talks to invest $100m in Kenmare Resources, owner of a Mozambican mine, after the...

    23. December 7, 2015

      Anadarko Petroleum to take Africa decision in 2016

      Anadarko Petroleum is planning to make a final decision next year on how it will develop vast gas discoveries that the...

    24. November 23, 2015

      Mozambique strives to get liquefied natural gas projects online

      The slightly scruffy, nondescript building in downtown Maputo that serves as the headquarters of Empresa Nacional de...

    25. November 16, 2015

      Rivalry in Mozambique erupts into violence

      The Rt Rev Dinis Sengulane understands better than most the tensions involved in mediating between Frelimo,...

    26. November 12, 2015

      Mozambique hit by commodity price fall

      Cranes tower over buildings across Maputo, from new office blocks to a huge Chinese-owned five star hotel. Industrial...

    27. November 11, 2015

      Apache rejects Anadarko Petroleum’s takeover approach

      Anadarko Petroleum on Wednesday confirmed that it made a takeover approach to Apache, a fellow US oil exploration and...

    28. October 5, 2015

      Henning Mankell, creator of Wallander books, dies

      Henning Mankell, the Swedish author best know for his Wallander crime novels, has died at the age of 67 from the cancer...

    29. October 2, 2015

      Bodley Head / FT Essay Prize 2015: The riot that made me write

      In 2008, at the age of 29, I went to a soccer game in Mozambique. The country’s national team was hosting Botswana in a...

    30. October 2, 2015

      Rhino poaching: inside the brutal trade

      Juliáo Chiburre, chief secretary of Magude town council, wears a neat stripy shirt, a khaki jacket and a mournful air:...

    31. August 5, 2015

      The ‘resource curse’ is worse in a falling market

      If developing countries thought the so-called resource curse was bad when oil and mineral prices were high, they need...

    32. July 30, 2015

      Cecil puts $1bn game hunting industry in crosshairs

      When Cecil, the world’s most famous lion, died — 40 agonising hours after a US dentist shot him — he was lucky enough...

    33. June 18, 2015

      DNA breakthrough helps in fight against elephant poachers

      DNA technology has identified two hotspots of elephant poaching in Africa. Scientists hope the evidence will enable...

    34. June 4, 2015

      Real estate and China dominate FDI flows

      Despite a slowdown in emerging markets and a commensurate decline in foreign direct investment flows across many...

    35. May 19, 2015

      Foreign direct investment in Africa surges

      Africa is the world’s fastest-growing region for foreign direct investment, according to a report from fDi...

    36. April 16, 2015

      SABMiller gains as soft drinks outpace lager

      Anyone for a lager? No, make that a soft drink instead. SABMiller, the brewer behind Miller Lite, Grolsch and Peroni,...

    37. April 9, 2015

      Weak rand fails to ease South African manufacturers’ woes

      At the Multotec factory in the heart of a Johannesburg industrial area, workers carefully mould “screen panels” that...

    38. March 27, 2015

      Trade-offs in the tropics: US economist in Mozambique

      Evaluating trade-offs has occupied much of Brigit Helms’s life as a development economist. So when the Seattle native...

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