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Law of investment in Mozambique

Mozambique.

Law of investment in Mozambique

law no. 3/93 approved on the 8th of June 1993.

by Mozambique.

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Published by Centro de Promoção de Investimentos in [Maputo?] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title: Legislation on investment in Mozambique.

Other titlesLegislation on investment in Mozambique.
The Physical Object
Pagination56p. ;
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21288439M

Mozambique Region Sub-Saharan Africa Income Category Low income Populat, City Covered Maputo DB RANK DB SCORE Rankings on Doing Business topics - Mozambique 61 94 86 Starting a Business Dealing with Construction Permits Getting Electricity Registering Property Getting Credit Protecting Minority. The Land Law of Mozambique (“Land Law”)1 embraces customary African law in its innovative land tenure strategy, giving substantial control to local authorities in the delimitation and allocation of land use rights, the resolution of disputes, and the subsequent management of resources.2 It also generously protects various human rights.

Overview of the applicable framework in the energy sector (in particular, for the implementation of projects in Mozambique) The Electricity Law (Law 21/ of 1 October) was approved in and governs the licensing of power projects and power-related activities production, transmission, distribution, trading and import and export of electricity in Mozambique. Mozambique’s legal system is based on Portuguese civil law and customary law. The main source of the law is the Constitution of Legislative power is vested in the Assembly of the Republic and the government. Only validly approved and ratified international treaties and agreements can enter into force in Mozambique.

Mozambique recently enacted Law No 20/ (Mining Law), followed by Law No 28/ (Specific Regime of Taxation and Benefits of Mining Activities), which puts in place its new mining legal regime.   It is the biggest foreign direct investment in Africa to date, according to law firm White & Case LLP, which advised the financiers. The amount raised is equivalent to the GDP of Mozambique.


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NOTE 1 - This document is a republication of the material “Laws and Regulations Related to Foregin Direct Investment in Mozambique” published by Investment Promotion Center (CPI) dated of December and the contents herein are based on relevant.

Investment Law The Investment Law establishes that investments carried out in Mozambique shall pursue at least one of the below mentioned objectives Development, rehabilitation, modernization or expansion of economic infrastructures for the operation of productive activities or for rendering services necessary for supporting productive economic.

This Guide to Law Online Mozambique contains a selection of Mozambican legal, juridical, and governmental sources accessible through the Internet.

Links provide access to primary documents, legal commentary, and general government information about specific jurisdictions and. This Law and its Regulations shall not apply to investments made before it has entered into force, which shall continue to be governed by the provisions of the legislation and by the specific terms or contracts under which the authorisation for each particular investment project to be carried out, in Mozambique.

The Investment Law, its regulation and the Tax Benefits Code apply to investments of an economic nature carried out in Mozambique which intend to benefit from the guarantees and incentives set above, including those investments carried out in industrial free zones and in special economic zones, regardless of the nationality and the nature of.

The Mozambican Law on Investment ofcompleted by the Regulations of the Investment law ofthe Code of Fiscal Benefits ofand the Foreign Exchange Law of define the regime to which investments are subject as well as the type of incentives that can be granted in connection with such investments.

In general terms, the import and export of foreign exchange, as well as the provisions of security or guarantees by a Mozambican entity to a foreign lender, are subject to prior authorisation by the Bank of Mozambique, except in limited circumstances, under Law (the “Foreign Exchange Law”) and the Bank of Mozambique regulation – Aviso Mozambique has an electronic transaction law which includes a specific data protection aspect related to third-party information and the sharing of databases.

There are also fundamental rights protected by the Constitution of Mozambique related to the protection of data, such as the reference to personal privacy and the right to inviolability.

In addition, Mozambique experienced an economic and investment boost which gave rise increased demands with regard to the protection of.

The Portuguese Fund to Support Investment in Mozambique was created by Decree no. 42/ of 30 April and the Management Regulations of this fund were approved by Ministerial Order no. / of 30 August (and amended by Ministerial Order no.

A/ of 24 March). Source: Doing Business ()-Mozambique (World Bank), APIEX Simplified customs procedures are available but restricted to the following cases Declarations with a f.o.b. value less than Mt 37, that are. Books Music Art & design TV & radio Mozambique adopted a new investment law These changes may encourage investment in sectors where Mozambique has comparative advantages –.

Investment protection de The Mozambique Investment Law (Law No. 3/93) does not provide protection to investments relating to the mining sector. To rectify this, the new Mining Law expressly provides for the protection of both national and foreign direct investment in the mining sec tor in respect of the protection of property rights.

Each of these projects marked the largest investment of its kind in Africa, only to be overtaken by the next. The chance for Mozambique to grow its. Mozambique’s stricken lenders find help in short supply As foreign investors retreat, the system continues to look fragile Mozambique’s offshore gas promises great rewards — but not yet.

Heavy industry and construction is an easy one in Mozambique because the demand is simply a by-product of the booming energy sector and growing consumer base. Some local optimists believe growth is set to be an easy upward trend for Mozambique.

But realistically, without more foreign investment, it. An investor in Mozambique is, of course, faced with many bureaucratic and infrastructural hurdles.

One major bottleneck for many investors, especially smaller ones, is the country´s limited administrative capacity.

The labour law and the regulations concerning labour relations are an example of a major administrative hurdle for potential. It’s been a long time coming and now South Africa’s newest control mechanism for management of the country’s official ports of entry is law.

President Cyril Ramaphosa put his signature to the Border Management Authority (BMA) bill this week and the legislation is, according to his office, in force from Tuesday 21 July. Full-Service Law Firm in Mozambique + (21) SAL & Caldeira Advogados is a leading, full-service Mozambican law firm headquartered in Maputo and with offices in Tete and Beira.

They strive to combine local experience with international best practice to offer high quality legal services. The firm not only offers expert knowledge. On our Exporting to Mozambique page you can find export guides, trade forecasts and economic and political updates.

Law and regulation. Doing Business law library World Bank Collection of business laws and regulations from economies around the world, linking to official government sources.

Topics include company law, labour, tax and trade. Doing business in Mozambiqueby Samuel Jay Levy, SAL & Caldeira Advogados, Lda. Related Content Law stated as at 01 Jun • MozambiqueA Q&A guide to doing business in Q&A gives an overview of the legal system; foreign investment, including restrictions, currency regulations and incentives; and business vehicles and their relevant restrictions and liabilities.MOZAMBIQUE - MINING REGULATION.

GENERAL. Mozambique, officially the Republic of Mozambique, is located in southern Africa, bordered by Tanzania to the north, Malawi and Zambia to the northwest, Zimbabwe to the west, South Africa and Swaziland to .Recognizing this potential, the Mozambique Parliament approved a new Mining Law (Law No.

20/ of 18 August) repealing the previous Mining Law (Law No. 14/). Manufacturing, which accounts for 10% of GDP, is dominated by the Mozal aluminium smelting plant, while the rest of the sector has significantly under-performed over the last decade.