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OECD Investment Policy Reviews
OECD Investment Policy Reviews: Mozambique 2013
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  02 Dec 2013
Pages: 156 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264203303 , OECD Code: 202013071P1
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OECD's comprehensive review of investment policy in Mozambique.  After a country overview, this report examines investment policy, investment promotion and facilitation as well as infrastructure in Mozambique.


Table of contents:

Preface by the Hon. Aiuba Cuerencia, Minister of Planning and Development, Government of Mozambique 8
Preface by Mr Rintaro Tamaki, Deputy Secretary-General, OECD 10
Acronyms and abbreviations  12
-Executive summary 15
Chapter 1. Overview of investment policy challenges and recommendations for Mozambique 19
-1.1. Document summary 20
-1.2. Macroeconomic environment  21
-1.3. Investment policy context 27
-1.4. Investment trends 29
-1.5. Central policy challenges 33
-1.6. Investment policy options to prioritise  39
-1.7. Addressing these challenges in the context of an OECD Investment Policy Review  48
Chapter 2. Investment policy in Mozambique 51
-2.1. Investment policy regulation and design 52
-2.2. Ownership regulation and access to land  58
-2.3. Protection of intellectual property 67
-2.4. Contract enforcement and dispute settlement 69
-2.5. Compensation for expropriation  71
-2.6. Principle of non-discrimination 73
-2.7. International investment agreements 77
-2.8. Settlement of investment disputes 79
Chapter 3. Investment promotion and facilitation in Mozambique 83
-3.1. Investment promotion and facilitation strategy 84
-3.2. Establishment of an investment promotion agency 88
-3.3. Benchmarking and monitoring of the Investment Promotion Agency 93
-3.4. Consultative framework among government, the IPA and investors 94
-3.5. Evaluation of investment incentives 96
-3.6. Promotion of business linkages and addressing SME challenges 103
Chapter 4. Infrastructure investment framework in Mozambique 117
-4.1. Overview of Mozambique’s infrastructure system 118
-4.2. Process used to evaluation infrastructure investment needs 119
-4.3. Measures taken to uphold transparency and procedural fairness in tendering 123
-4.4. Electricity sector 126
-4.5. Transport infrastructure 136
-4.6. Water resources and access to water and sanitation 144
-4.7. ICT as an enabler for other sectors 147

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