12 March 2014

Mozambique: The CTA Organizes the First National Business Council of the Year

Maputo — In the framework of the activities of the National Business Council (CEN), which foresees, among others, quarterly meetings, the CTA organizes on March 17, the first meeting of the year with the following agenda: promotion of business opportunities in the sectors of mining, oil and gas resources and the disclosure of the tax system of mining and oil sectors.

The meeting will be chaired by the President of the CTA, Rogério Manuel, in the presence of the Minister of Mineral Resources, Esperanca Bias, who will unveil business opportunities in the mineral sector, the President of the tax administration, Rosario Fernandes who will present the tax regime in the mining and oil industries and Paulino Gregório of the National Hydrocarbons Company (ENH) who will announce business opportunities in the oil and gas industry.

The National Business Council (CEN) is the supreme consultative body of the CTA at the national level, it is chaired by the Chairman of the CTA board. Its main objective is to enrich the mechanisms of public-private dialogue (CTA/ Government) to substantially improve the business environment in Mozambique.

Note that the CEN is made up by former presidents of the CTA board, representatives of Provincial Entrepreneurial Council (CEP), representatives of member companies, representatives of associations of civil society engaged in the problems of the private sector and the development of the country.

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