Mozambican is poised for rapid growth, President Filipe Nyusi said in a retrospective overvoew of his U.S. visit last month. Nyusi, in the only head-of-state address to the U.S.-Africa Business Summit, said his country "is back on the path to economic growth and development", showing clear signs of overcoming the obstacles it has faced recently. Nyusi also held talks in Washington, DC with American corporations to discuss business opportunities and was received by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, The two met previously last September in New York, when Tillerson was still CEO of Exxon, which has been granted licenses to explore for natural gas in three offshore blocks.
Time for Rising Nation to Soar
allAfrica, 9 July 2017
Twenty years ago, in 1997, President Joaquim Chissano arrived in Washington DC to attend the Corporate Council on Africa's First Biennial U.S.-Africa Business Summit. He came as… Read more »
Secretary Tillerson welcomed #Mozambique President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi to the @StateDept this morning.
Nyusi Calls for Business Partnerships With U.S. Companies
AIM, 14 June 2017
President Filipe Nyusi on Tuesday urged Mozambican business people to rise to the challenge of demonstrating the potential of Mozambique on the United States market, in order to… Read more »
Anadarko LNG Project "On The Right Path", Says Nyusi
AIM, 16 June 2017
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi said in Washington on Thursday that the liquefied natural gas project undertaken by a consortium headed by the American company Anadarko in the… Read more »
Nyusi At U.S.-Africa Business Summit
AIM, 15 June 2017
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi declared in Washington on Wednesday that Mozambique “is back on the path to economic growth and development”, showing clear signs of… Read more »
'It's Safe to Invest in Mozambique' - Nyusi
AIM, 20 September 2016
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Monday urged American businesses to invest in Mozambique, guaranteeing that there is no risk involved in investing in the country. Read more »
Mozambique President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi was received by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Neither leader answered questions during the photo ... see more »
President Filipe Nyusi Full Remarks at CCA's U.S.-Africa Business Summit
CCA, 15 June 2017
Honourable Wilbur Ross, Secretary of Commerce of the United States of America, Read more »
Civil society organizations have added their voice to those demanding that the loans borrowed from European banks in 2013 and 2014 by three Mozambican security-related companies be ... Read more »
Tackling misperceptions about Africa was a hot topic at the U.S.-Africa Business Summit this month in Washington, DC. More than 800 private sector and government leaders heard the ... Read more »
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