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Business in Maputo (Mozambique)

Foreign Trade in Maputo: 20% of the Mozambican GDP. Boan, Marracuene, Matola

Maputo is the economic, financial, political and administrative capital of Mozambique (East Africa)

  1. Population of Maputo: 1.1 million people (5.4% of the Mozambican population)
    1. 1980: 0.5 million
    2. Maputo is the largest Mozambican city
    3. Maputo agglomeration (commune of Matola and the neighbourhoods of Boane and Marracuene): 3.2 million people
  2. Maputo represents 20% of the Mozambican GDP
  3. Maputo concentrates most of services and headquarters of the large economic groups and companies, both publics and privates
  4. Main economic activities in Maputo: trade, Foreign Trade, transport and manufacturing
  5. Main industries in Maputo: chemical and food industries.
  6. Main agricultural products of Maputo: lettuce, cabbage, pumpkin, garlic.
  7. The Port of Maputo is the second Mozambican port (Transport and Logistics in Mozambique)
  8. Distance from Maputo to:
    1. Beira: 1,190 kilometres
    2. Nampula: 2,065 kilometres
    3. Quelimane: 1,600 kilometres
  9. Link by Rail and Road network with South Africa, Eswatini and Zimbabwe.
  10. Maputo Development Corridor
  11. Maputo International Airport (the largest in Mozambique)
  12. Maputo is near the border with South Africa (120 kilometres) and Eswatini (80 kilometres)

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Foreign Trade and Business in Mozambique Mozambique - Maputo

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  1. Area of the municipality of Maputo: 346.77 km²
  2. Adjacent districts to Maputo: Marracuene, Matola, Boane and Matutuíne
  3. Maputo is on the western coast of Maputo Bay, on the estuary of Espírito Santo (rivers Tembe, Umbeluzi, Matola and Infulene), in the extreme south of Mozambique.

Foreign Trade and Business in Mozambique (Maputo), East Africa

  1. Maputo: Lourenço Marques until 1976
  2. Climate of Maputo: tropical dry
  3. Main religion in Maputo: Christianity
    1. Archdiocese of Maputo
  4. 1782: foundation of Maputo (History of Mozambique)

Port of Maputo (Mozambique)

Higher Education in Maputo (Mozambique)

  1. Eduardo Mondlane University (UEM)
  2. Pedagogical University (UP)
  3. Polytechnic University
  4. Technical University of Mozambique (UDM)
  5. University of São Tomé of Mozambique (USTM)
  6. Academy of Police Sciences (ACIPOL)
  7. Higher Institute of Health Sciences (ISCISA)
  8. Higher Institute of International Relations (ISRI)
  9. Higher Institute Monitor (ISM)
  10. Higher Institute of Techniques and Technologies of Mozambique (ISCTEM)
  11. Higher Institute of Transportation (ISUTC)
  12. Institute of Technology and Management (ISTEG)

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