IMF mission positive on Mozambique

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The economy of Mozambique is experiencing robust growth, with its inflation rate falling to the lowest in the region in September, according to the preliminary findings from an International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission that visited the country between October 17 and 31.

"Mozambique's economy remains buoyant, despite a weak global economic environment. Reflecting the rapid start-up of coal production and exports, real gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to reach 7.5% this year," said the

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