Business and private sector

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The embassy can assist as a door-opener and facilitator for contact with relevant Mozambican business partners. Read more

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Information for potential investors on land facts, political and economic conditions and investment climate. Read more

Photo: The Norwegain Embassy in Maputo.

Trade between Norway and Mozambique is limited. Since its first WTO trade policy review in 2001, Mozambique has taken steps to liberalize its trade regime by lowering its maximum tariff rates and improving its investment regime. The reforms have contributed to achieving high economic growth; this has been driven mainly by foreign direct investment and public spending largely financed by foreign... Read more

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These links will guide you to information about several instruments for investments and business incentives. Read more

Photo: The Norwegain Embassy in Maputo.

In January 2009 the Norwegian Government launched a White Paper on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Report No. 10 to the Storting (2008-2009). Read more

Important! The list is in no order of preference and is provided by the Norwegian Embassy in Maputo for the convenience of inquiries. The Norwegian Embassy does NOT take any responsibility for the competence of probity of any person on the list or for the consequences of any business transaction, treatment or professional advise given. Read more

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Call for proposals: The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Maputo is commissioning a consultant to provide advice regarding potential ways of enhancing the capabilities of Mozambican SMES to be effectively integrated in the oil & gas value chain in the Rovuma basin. The objective is to provide advice regarding the various ways and approaches in which Mozambique could realize its local content ambition Read more