Chinese Loans Funding U.S.$2.7 Billion Mozambique Railway

The construction of a U.S.$2.7 billion coal export railway and port terminal in the central region of Mozambique is expected to boost coal exports. The largest infrastructure project in the country yet, the Moatize-Macuse Logistics Corridor, is set to be launched in 2019 and completed in 2022.

  • Mozambique:   Chinese Loans Funding U.S.$2.7 Billion Railway

    Mozambique News Reports And Clippings, 26 July 2018

    The Moatize-Macuse Logistics Corridor, the largest infrastructure project in Mozambique, has reached its final stage, with the launch scheduled for 2019 and completion in 2022,… Read more »

Construction of the standard gauge railway line (file photo).

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