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REPUBLIC OF MOZAMBIQUE
Investment & Export Promotion Agency (APIEX)
MOZAMBIQUE: A GATEWAY TO
AFRICA’S EMERGING MARKET
SING...
PRESENTATION LAYOUT
COUNTRY PROFILE & WHY MOZAMBIQUE
TRADE & INVESTMENT FLOWS
LEGAL FRAMEWORK
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
1
2
3...
MOZAMBIQUE AT A GLANCE
Economy is driven by its extractive and
logistic industries and related mega projects.
Expectations...
MOZAMBIQUE AT A GLANCE
 Location: East Coast of Africa
 Total Area: 799,380Km2
 Coastline: 2,700km (Indian Ocean)
 Pop...
MOZAMBIQUE AT A GLANCE
Macro-economic Indicators (2017):
• GDP: US$ 13.4 Billion
• GDP Per capita: USD 465
• GDP Growth Ra...
MOZAMBIQUE AT A GLANCE
Mozambique has an advantageous strategic geographic position, providing an ideal
gateway to both regional and internationa...
GEOPOLITICAL ADVANTAGE
Boardering Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South
Africa and Swaziland.
Serve as import/export h...
WHY MOZAMBIQUE (CONT.)
Long Coast (2.700km): tropical beaches,
clean and warm blue crystal waters, ideal
for diving
Rich m...
WHY MOZAMBIQUE (CONT.)
Young and educated work force
(easily trainable)
Access to preferential markets
(SADC, USA -AGOA, E...
WHY MOZAMBIQUE (CONT.)
Tax & non-Tax incentives
Investor Protection (Intellectual and
Industrial Property Rights)
Free Rem...
WHY MOZAMBIQUE (CONT.)
Hospitable & Friendly People
Cultural diversity (Arabic, Swahili,
Portuguese and others)
Banco Nacional de Investimento • 13
TRADE &
INVESTMENT
FLOWS
EXPORTS
IMPORTS
TRADE BALANCE
DESTINATIONS
ORIGINS
2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
37,9 M
317,2 M
149,5 M
137,2 M
141,4 M
629,2 M
148,2 M
128,8 M
472,8 M
101,8 M
Exports
Imports
 ...
FDI PERFORMANCE
• Mozambique tops the 2017 Greenfield FDI
Performance Index acoording to an annual
study by fDi Intelligen...
FDI PERFORMANCE
FDI PERFORMANCE
FDI PERFORMANCE
FDI PERFORMANCE
2016
Nominal GDP
(1 billion USD)
GDP per
capita(USD)
Population
(Million)
1. Nigeria (World Rank 24th) 405.95 (18.6%) 2,21...
INVESTMENT APPROVED
2010-2017
3,277
3,090
4,816
4,598
7,465
1,87
6
1,995
1,168
3,090
2,852
3,212
4,224
7,10
2
1,774
1,15
2...
Source:IMF 2018
Net FDI Balance Projection for 2016-2023
(US$Million)
SINGAPORE APPROVED INVESTMENT
(2013-2015)
2010 2012 2013 2014 2015
23,751,968
100,000
28,982,000
7,497,850
31,969,183
Inve...
SINGAPORE APPROVED INVESTMENT
(2013-2015 by Sectors)
Agriculture &
Agro-Industry
61%
Services
6%
Construction
15%
Transpor...
Banco Nacional de Investimento • 30
LEGAL
FRAMEWORK
TAXATION SYSTEM
IMPORT
CUSTOMS
DUTIES
Equipment
5.0%
Raw Material
2.5%
Semi-finished
products 7.5%
Finished
products
20.0%...
TAX INCENTIVES
GENERAL BENEFITS
In Respect to Imported Goods:
Exemption from customs duties and VAT on the
import of cap...
TAX INCENTIVES
SPECIFIC BENEFITS
 Infrastructure Development;
 Trade and Industry in Rural Areas;
 Manufacturing & Asse...
SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES & INDUSTRIAL
FREE ZONES
 SPECIAL ECONOMIC
ZONES (SEZ)
– Involves investment in
all sectors
– For b...
BILATERAL TREATIES
 Angola
 South Africa
 Germany
 Algeria
 Belgium
 China
 Cuba
 Denmark
 Egypt
 USA
 USA (OPI...
Banco Nacional de Investimento • 36
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
PRIORITARY SECTORS
AGRICULTURE TOURISM ENERGY MANUFACTURINGINFRASTRUCTURE OIL & GAS
AGRICULTURE/AGRIBUSINESS
AGRICULTURE
AGRICULTURE
High
Agricultural
Potential
EXTENSIVE WATERWAYS
YEAR-ROUND
PRODUCTION POTENTIAL
10 DISTINCT
AGRO-CLIMATIC
ZONES
VAST
UNUTI...
ECONOMIC CONTIBUTION
 Agriculture is the mainstay source of income in Mozambique and presents a
very good perfomance.
Agr...
Arroz Soja
Banan
a
8Priority
ValueChais
Sugar
(export.)
RiceMaize Cassava Poultry Meat
Vegetables
Sesame
(export.)
Cashew-...
TOURISM
44
Culture
Entertainment
Sun, Sand and Sea
Water Sports
Eco Tourism
Adventure
TOURISM
TOURISM
TOURISM
5 PRIORITY DESTINATIONS
NIASSA
ADVENTURE
AND
ECOTOURISM
GORONGOS
AADVENTUR
E AND
WILDLIFE
VILANCULO
SUN, SAND, SEA...
Inhassoro
• Integrated Resort
Crusse and Jamali
• Integrated Resort
Pemba City
• Business Hotels
TOURISM
INVESTMENT OPPORT...
ENERGY
ENERGY RESOURCE POTENTIAL
Mozambique energy resources
potential include:
 HYDROPOWER - 20.000MW;
 NATURAL GAS - over 200...
51
Three Power Generation Hubs
to be developed, including
High Voltage transmission
lines:
 NORTH, based on natural gas
(...
NATURAL GAS VALUE CHAIN
MTO – Methanol to olefins
MTP – Methanol to Propylene
Power Generation
Domestic
LNG, CNG,
Pipeline...
DOWNSTREAM INDUSTRIES RELATED TO
OIL & GAS
Power PlantGTL Plant
DME Plant
Fertilizer
ENERGY & MINING
Natural Gas
Coal Deposits
Heavy mineral sands
Graphite
Bauxite
Limestone
Rare Earths Metals
Tantalite
Gold...
TRANSPARENCY IN MINING OPERATION
portals.flexicadastre.com/mozambique/en/
INDUSTRY
 Food and agro-processing;
 Packaging and printing;
 Wood processing;
 Textile and apparel;
 Building materi...
INDUSTRY
Value adding chain is segmented, this is the
main propulsion in attracting steady FDI flow
into the country.
From...
TELECOM, IT AND MEDIA
Mobile Banking transformed user
landscape as users can transfer money
directly, thus promotes bankin...
TRANSPORT
CONCLUSION
THANK YOU!
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Africa Singapore Business Forum 2018 | Mozambique

  1. 1. REPUBLIC OF MOZAMBIQUE Investment & Export Promotion Agency (APIEX) MOZAMBIQUE: A GATEWAY TO AFRICA’S EMERGING MARKET SINGAPORE, 29 – AUGUST - 2018
  2. 2. PRESENTATION LAYOUT COUNTRY PROFILE & WHY MOZAMBIQUE TRADE & INVESTMENT FLOWS LEGAL FRAMEWORK BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 1 2 3 4
  3. 3. MOZAMBIQUE AT A GLANCE Economy is driven by its extractive and logistic industries and related mega projects. Expectations for the country to emerge as one of the top coal and LNG exporters in the world are encouraging a sustained influx of FDI. 100 TCF of Proven Gas reserve are located in Pande, Buzi and Temane area alone. Total estimate reserve of 170~200 TCF of gas discovered on and off the coast of Mozambique. By 2025, Mozambique will be the 3rd largest country in exporting LNG just after Australia and Qatar.
  4. 4. MOZAMBIQUE AT A GLANCE  Location: East Coast of Africa  Total Area: 799,380Km2  Coastline: 2,700km (Indian Ocean)  Population: 29 Million  Capital: Maputo  Languages: Portuguese (Official); African Languages; English widely spoken  Religion: Catholic (28%); Muslim (18%), Other beliefs
  5. 5. MOZAMBIQUE AT A GLANCE Macro-economic Indicators (2017): • GDP: US$ 13.4 Billion • GDP Per capita: USD 465 • GDP Growth Rate: 3,7% • Inflation (2017): 5,7% • Exports (2016): 4.7 Billion • Imports (2016): 9.1 Billion
  6. 6. MOZAMBIQUE AT A GLANCE
  7. 7. Mozambique has an advantageous strategic geographic position, providing an ideal gateway to both regional and international markets Europa / Mediterranean Asia Middle East Neighbouring SADC countries Privileged access to High Opportunity Markets (Regional & International) WHY MOZAMBIQUE?  Six development corridors:  Pemba-Lichinga  Nacala  Zambezi Valley  Limpopo  Beira  Maputo  Three main ports:  Maputo  Beira  Nacala
  8. 8. GEOPOLITICAL ADVANTAGE Boardering Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Swaziland. Serve as import/export hub for landlocked countries: Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Swaziland. 3 International and 8 domestic airports. 3 Main seaports. Nacala is the deepest natural seaport in west coast of Africa, with a railway system reaching Zimbabwe through Malawi. Nacala port serve as the gateway to the “copper belt” of Africa’s resourceful region. Member of SADC or Southern African Development Community, 14 members include: Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. SADC total population: 270 million
  9. 9. WHY MOZAMBIQUE (CONT.) Long Coast (2.700km): tropical beaches, clean and warm blue crystal waters, ideal for diving Rich marine life with rare animals: whales, sharks, rays, turtles, dugongs, Rich and Diverse Natural Resources Base (Coal, Oil & Gas, Graphite, Iron ore, Gold, Bauxite, Marbles, Lime Stone, Rare Minerals)
  10. 10. WHY MOZAMBIQUE (CONT.) Young and educated work force (easily trainable) Access to preferential markets (SADC, USA -AGOA, EU -EPA, China, India, Japan, CFTA) Southern Africa Energy and Logistics Hub
  11. 11. WHY MOZAMBIQUE (CONT.) Tax & non-Tax incentives Investor Protection (Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights) Free Remittance of Funds Abroad Openness to FDI (New Visa System – Tourism, Business and Investment visas)
  12. 12. WHY MOZAMBIQUE (CONT.) Hospitable & Friendly People Cultural diversity (Arabic, Swahili, Portuguese and others)
  13. 13. Banco Nacional de Investimento • 13 TRADE & INVESTMENT FLOWS
  14. 14. EXPORTS
  15. 15. IMPORTS
  16. 16. TRADE BALANCE
  17. 17. DESTINATIONS
  18. 18. ORIGINS
  19. 19. 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 37,9 M 317,2 M 149,5 M 137,2 M 141,4 M 629,2 M 148,2 M 128,8 M 472,8 M 101,8 M Exports Imports  Main Export Products Waste and scrap metals, tobacco, aluminum, fresh fruits, taps, valves, lead, vegetables, pasta, sugar, precious and semi-precious stones, cotton, molluscs, etc.  Main Import Products Vehicles, integrated circuits and micro-components, equipments, rice, petroleum or bituminous minerals, liquid and gas centrifuges, etc. MOZAMBIQUE-SINGAPORE TRADE BALANCE (2013-2017)
  20. 20. FDI PERFORMANCE • Mozambique tops the 2017 Greenfield FDI Performance Index acoording to an annual study by fDi Intelligence, a Financial Times data division, which looked at inbound greenfield investment in 2017; • Mozambique scored 12.64 in the index, closely followed by Serbia (11.6) in second and Cambodia (9.61) in third.
  21. 21. FDI PERFORMANCE
  22. 22. FDI PERFORMANCE
  23. 23. FDI PERFORMANCE
  24. 24. FDI PERFORMANCE
  25. 25. 2016 Nominal GDP (1 billion USD) GDP per capita(USD) Population (Million) 1. Nigeria (World Rank 24th) 405.95 (18.6%) 2,210.64 183.64 2. Egypt (32nd) 332.35 (15.2%) 3,684.57 90.20 3. South Africa(39st) 294.13 (13.5%) 5,260.90 55.91 4. Algeria 160.78 ( 7.4%) 3,944.43 40.76 5. Morocco 103.62 ( 4.7%) 3,063.07 33.83 6. Angola 95.82 ( 4.4%) 3,502.27 27.36 7. Sudan 94.42 ( 4.3%) 2,384.45 39.60 8. Ethiopia 72.52 ( 3.3%) 795.23 91.20 9. Kenya 68.92 ( 3.2%) 1,516.33 45.45 10. Tanzania 47.18 ( 2.2%) 970.21 48.63 11. Ghana 43.26 ( 2.0%) 1,569.04 27.57 12. Tunisia 41.87 ( 1.9%) 3,730.42 11.22 13. DRC 41.62 ( 1.9%) 494.65 84.13 14. Ivory Coast 35.49 ( 1.6%) 1,458.83 24.33 15. Libia 33.16 ( 1.5%) 5,193.24 6.39 26. Mozambique 11.28 (0.5%) 392.44 28.75 FDI flows (mil $) 2014 2015 2016 FDI Stocks(mil $) 2014 2015 2016 1Angola 16543.2 16176.4 14363.6 1South Africa 138905.6 126755.5 126837.2 2Egypt 4612.0 6925.2 8106.8 2Egypt 87485.0 94307.0 102324.0 3Nigeria 3357.0 3192.3 3485.3 3Nigeria 86671.2 89735.4 94184.1 4Ghana 3357.0 3192.3 3485.3 4Morocco 51192.0 49670.5 54784.2 5Ethiopia 1855.2 2192.7 3196.4 5Angola 25899.8 35181.9 49545.5 6Mozambique 4901.8 3866.8 3093.4 6Mozambique 24870.0 28736.5 31830.0 7Morocco 3561.2 3254.8 2321.8 7Ghana 23205.1 26397.4 29882.3 8South Africa 5770.6 1729.4 2270.4 8Tunisia 31563.0 34689.5 29304.8 9Congo 5502.6 1866.0 2006.0 9Algeria 26819.6 26232.3 27778.3 10Algeria 1506.7 -584.0 1546.0 10Congo 22009.7 23875.7 25881.7 Africa Total 71254.0 61494.8 59373.0 Africa Total 743227.3 773070.6 836553.0 Top 15 countries in Africa in terms of Economic Scale (2016) FDI into Africa between 2014 to 2016 Left:Flows Right:Stocks Data source:IMF World Economic Outlook 2017 April Data source: UNCTAD MAJOR INVESTMENT DESTINATION IN AFRICA
  26. 26. INVESTMENT APPROVED 2010-2017 3,277 3,090 4,816 4,598 7,465 1,87 6 1,995 1,168 3,090 2,852 3,212 4,224 7,10 2 1,774 1,15 2 1,129 187 238 1,604 374 363 102 84 3 390 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Amount of Investment Projects Approved (US$Million) Total (APIEX) Former CPI Former GAZEDA Source:APIEX 2018Excluding Mega-projects
  27. 27. Source:IMF 2018 Net FDI Balance Projection for 2016-2023 (US$Million)
  28. 28. SINGAPORE APPROVED INVESTMENT (2013-2015) 2010 2012 2013 2014 2015 23,751,968 100,000 28,982,000 7,497,850 31,969,183 Investment Approved (US$)
  29. 29. SINGAPORE APPROVED INVESTMENT (2013-2015 by Sectors) Agriculture & Agro-Industry 61% Services 6% Construction 15% Transport & Logistics 7% Industry 11%
  30. 30. Banco Nacional de Investimento • 30 LEGAL FRAMEWORK
  31. 31. TAXATION SYSTEM IMPORT CUSTOMS DUTIES Equipment 5.0% Raw Material 2.5% Semi-finished products 7.5% Finished products 20.0% VAT 17.0% CIT 32.0% PIT Minimum 10.0% Maximum 32.0% WITHHOLDING TAX (Dividends) 20.0% Social Security:  4% (employer)  3% (employee)
  32. 32. TAX INCENTIVES GENERAL BENEFITS In Respect to Imported Goods: Exemption from customs duties and VAT on the import of capital equipment, spare and accessory parts. In Respect to Income Tax: Investment Tax Credit; Accelerated Depreciation ; Tax Deductions (Professional Training; Use of new Technology)
  33. 33. TAX INCENTIVES SPECIFIC BENEFITS  Infrastructure Development;  Trade and Industry in Rural Areas;  Manufacturing & Assembly Industry;  Agriculture and Fisheries;  Hotels and Tourism  Science and Technology Parks  Large Scale Projects  Rapid Development Zones  Industrial Free Zones  Special Economic Zones  Mining Activities  Oil & Gas operations
  34. 34. SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES & INDUSTRIAL FREE ZONES  SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONES (SEZ) – Involves investment in all sectors – For both export and local markets – Business must be located in the zone  INDUSTRIAL FREE ZONES (IFZ) – Export oriented manufacturing; – Should export at least 70% of the products; – Can be stand alone factory unit. o ZFI Revúboe GEOGRAPHIC LOCALIZATION OF SEZ (ZEE) & IFZ (ZFI) IN MOZAMBIQUE
  35. 35. BILATERAL TREATIES  Angola  South Africa  Germany  Algeria  Belgium  China  Cuba  Denmark  Egypt  USA  USA (OPIC)  Finland  France  Indonesia  Italy Investment Promotion and Reciprocal Protection Agreements Agreements to prevent Double Taxation and Fiscal Evasion  Mauritius  Netherlands  Portugal  Sweden  United Kingdom  Vietnam  India  Switzerland  Zimbabwe  Spain  Japan  Brasil  Singapore  Turkey  Portugal  Mauritius  United Arab Emirates  Macau  Italy  South Africa  India  Botswana  Vietnam
  36. 36. Banco Nacional de Investimento • 36 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
  37. 37. PRIORITARY SECTORS AGRICULTURE TOURISM ENERGY MANUFACTURINGINFRASTRUCTURE OIL & GAS
  38. 38. AGRICULTURE/AGRIBUSINESS
  39. 39. AGRICULTURE
  40. 40. AGRICULTURE
  41. 41. High Agricultural Potential EXTENSIVE WATERWAYS YEAR-ROUND PRODUCTION POTENTIAL 10 DISTINCT AGRO-CLIMATIC ZONES VAST UNUTILIZED ARABLE LAND Unutilized 30.6 85.0% Utilized 5.4 15.0% Arable Land 36.0 Land Suitability MillionHectares Suitable for rainfall agriculture Moderately suitable for rainfall agriculture Utilization of Arable Land  Major rivers :Zambezi, Limpopo, Sabie, and others offer tremendous irrigation potential  Tropical climates offer potential for year-round, high yield crop production Mozambique has ideal growing conditions – plentiful water supply combined with diverse micro-climates to support a broad range of agricultural commodities AGRICULTURE POTENTIAL
  42. 42. ECONOMIC CONTIBUTION  Agriculture is the mainstay source of income in Mozambique and presents a very good perfomance. Agriculture Share GDP Employment Other sectorsAgriculture Agriculture employs about 80% of the total labor force. Contributes about 22% to the GDP. AGRICULTURE
  43. 43. Arroz Soja Banan a 8Priority ValueChais Sugar (export.) RiceMaize Cassava Poultry Meat Vegetables Sesame (export.) Cashew-nut (export.) Soy (export.) Cotton (export.) Beans Banana (export.) 15STRATEGICVALUECHAINS Source: MASA Sweet potatoesPotatoes Macadamia (export.) Paprica (export.) AGRICULTURE VALUE CHAINS WITH GREATEST OPPORTUNITIES - 15 strategic value chains identified; - 8 have been prioritized.
  44. 44. TOURISM 44 Culture Entertainment Sun, Sand and Sea Water Sports Eco Tourism Adventure
  45. 45. TOURISM
  46. 46. TOURISM
  47. 47. TOURISM 5 PRIORITY DESTINATIONS NIASSA ADVENTURE AND ECOTOURISM GORONGOS AADVENTUR E AND WILDLIFE VILANCULO SUN, SAND, SEA AND ADVENTURE MAPUTO CULTURE, BUSINESS AND EVENTS QUIRIMBAS SUN, SAND, SEA, CULTURE AND WILDLIFE
  48. 48. Inhassoro • Integrated Resort Crusse and Jamali • Integrated Resort Pemba City • Business Hotels TOURISM INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Metangula • Beach Resort Vilanculos • Hotel Casino
  49. 49. ENERGY
  50. 50. ENERGY RESOURCE POTENTIAL Mozambique energy resources potential include:  HYDROPOWER - 20.000MW;  NATURAL GAS - over 200 TCF, o Pande & Temane Gas fields 3,5 TCF being developed since 2004  COAL - Proven reserves that allow for more than 40 million tons production/ year for more than 35 years.  RENEWABLES - 7.100MW, of which: o Mozambique has concluded a detail mapping of renewable potentials - Energy Atlas
  51. 51. 51 Three Power Generation Hubs to be developed, including High Voltage transmission lines:  NORTH, based on natural gas (Rovuma Basin gas fields);  CENTRE, based on hydro & coal (Cahora Bassa, Chicamba and Mavuzi coal fired power Plants) ;  SOUTH, based on natural gas (Pande and Temane gas fields). North South gas pipeline is part of the future developments and it has been under discussion. THE ANCHOR PROJECTS
  52. 52. NATURAL GAS VALUE CHAIN MTO – Methanol to olefins MTP – Methanol to Propylene Power Generation Domestic LNG, CNG, Pipelines Fertilizers Polymers Natural Gas Condensed Transport Industrial Bio protein AmmoniaMethanolGTL LNG UreaOlefins (MTO, MTP) Acids Petrochemicals Diesel, Jet, Petrol, Lubricant, Solvent PolymersPolymers
  53. 53. DOWNSTREAM INDUSTRIES RELATED TO OIL & GAS Power PlantGTL Plant DME Plant Fertilizer
  54. 54. ENERGY & MINING Natural Gas Coal Deposits Heavy mineral sands Graphite Bauxite Limestone Rare Earths Metals Tantalite Gold Ruby Gemstone Marble Bentonite Base Metals Phosphate
  55. 55. TRANSPARENCY IN MINING OPERATION portals.flexicadastre.com/mozambique/en/
  56. 56. INDUSTRY  Food and agro-processing;  Packaging and printing;  Wood processing;  Textile and apparel;  Building materials;  Sanitary were;  Furniture;  Metals and mettalurgical;  Development of industrial parks.
  57. 57. INDUSTRY Value adding chain is segmented, this is the main propulsion in attracting steady FDI flow into the country. From cotton growing to textile manufacturing, and with the aid of ALCOA benefits, textile value adding chain is booming in recent years. Aluminium protrusion industries are attracted to low price and availability of aluminium and abundance of cheap electricity.
  58. 58. TELECOM, IT AND MEDIA Mobile Banking transformed user landscape as users can transfer money directly, thus promotes banking literacy and entrepreneurship. Weather info for coastal fishermen and farmers through emergency broadcast systems benefits far reach communities. Movitel (Vietnam) Vodacom (UK) MTN MCel (SA & Moz) Cell C (SA)
  59. 59. TRANSPORT
  60. 60. CONCLUSION
  61. 61. THANK YOU!
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