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Bilateral U.S. and Mozambican relations are strong.  Bilateral trade between the United States and Mozambique grew by 68 percent in 2011 to nearly $487.9 million according to the Office of the United States Trade Representative.  Mozambique’s growth rate regularly exceeded 7% from 1994-2009, making it one of the best performing non-petroleum economies in sub-Saharan Africa. 

Investment and export opportunities abound in: construction (roads, railway and general infrastructure), energy (natural gas, hydropower and bio-diesel), mining (tantalum, graphite and coal), fishing (including prawns, hake and lobster), aquaculture, tourism (hotels, sports and leisure), agriculture/horticulture (plantation forestry, cashews, sesame, tea, essential oils, fresh produce and vegetables, flowers, paprika, tobacco and tropical fruits), telecommunications, business consulting and transportation.   Additional investment opportunities exist in infrastructure projects, agriculture, transportation, hydroelectric power generation, education and health, which are currently often financed by international donors.

We provide a range of services to U.S. businesses interested in doing business in Mozambique, as well as to Mozambican businesses interested in U.S. products and services. 

For more information on ways that we can assist you in the Mozambican market please contact the Economic/Commercial Section of the U.S. Embassy at maputocommercial@state.gov

 

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  • Embassy:  Phone: +258 21 492 797
    Embassy:  Fax:
    +258 21 490114
    E-mail:
    mailto:maputocommercial@state.gov

    Counselor, Political and Economic
    Ruddy K. Wang


    Commercial Officer
    Valerie A. Laboy

    Commercial Specialist
    Elizabeth Filipe-Adams