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).
Mozambique: Vale Doubles Coal Production
AIM, 21 November 2017
The Brazilian mining company Vale mined about ten million tonnes of coal from its open cast mine at Moatize, in the western Mozambican province of Tete between January and October. Read more »
AIM, 28 August 2017
The projected new railway from the Moatize coal basin in the western Mozambican province of Tete to a new deep water mineral port at Macuse, in Zambezia, will be extended westwards… Read more »
Mozambique: Addendum Signed to Macuse Railway Agreement
AIM, 27 November 2017
The Mozambican government and the consortium Thai Mocambique Logistica (TML) on Friday signed an agreement extending the route of the new railway planned between Tete and Zambezia… Read more »