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Mozambique

 

Mozambique, officially the Republic of Mozambique, is a country in southeastern Africa bordered by the Indian Ocean to the east, Tanzania to the north, Malawi and Zambia to the northwest, Zimbabwe to the west and Swaziland and South Africa to the southwest.

Mozambique is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the Community of Portuguese Language Countries and an observer of the Francophonie. Mozambique's life expectancy and infant mortality rates are both among the worst ranked in the world due to the excessive malaria-carrying mosquitoes. Its Human Development Index is one of the lowest on earth. Read More

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ONGC-OIL pay $2.475 bn to Videocon Group

Jan 07 - The Times of India

OVL to pay $2.6bn for 10% in Mozambique field

Aug 27 - The Times of India

Maputo’s boom comes with growing pains

Jul 04, 2013 - Financial Times

OVL-OIL buys gas asset for $2.5bn

Jun 26, 2013 - The Times of India

Falling rupee scuttles $2.5bn ONGC-Videocon deal?

Jun 11, 2013 - The Times of India

ONGC announces $2.5 bn deal, withdraws hours later

Jun 11, 2013 - The Times of India

Emerging economies boost Aggreko

Apr 12, 2013 - Financial Times

Coal deal ditched by Anglo American

Mar 29, 2013 - Independent

Eni opens up Mozambique gas riches to China

Mar 15, 2013 - Financial Post

Cove founders reunite for new oil project

Mar 11, 2013 - Financial Times

Cove directors reunite for new oil project

Mar 11, 2013 - Financial Times

Articles About Mozambique

Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah
MH370 Update: Was The Plane's Disappearance A Rare Case Of Pilot Suicide?

By IBTimes

Of the 239 people who went missing on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, two people were the most likely to have known what was happening to the plane. But authorities have yet to figure out what the men in the cockpit, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah and Firs... (Jun 18)

MORE TOPICS: FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT

An elderly man takes part in a rally to commemorate International Workers' Day, or Labour Day, in Luhansk, eastern Ukraine, May 1, 2014. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
Fueled by Improved Treatments: Canadian Life Expectancy Rises, 80 For Men, 84 For Women

By IBTimes AU

With improved treatments, life expectancy among Canadians has surged with males expected to reach 80 and females 84, based on a report released by the World Health Organization. (May 16)

MORE TOPICS: JAPAN, AUSTRALIA, ICELAND, NIGERIA, ANGOLA, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC

Switzerland, Norway are World's Most Expensive Economies
Switzerland, Norway are World's Most Expensive Economies

By Reuters

Switzerland and Norway are the world's most expensive economies, followed by Bermuda, Australia and Denmark, according to a new ranking by the World Bank. (Apr 30)

MORE TOPICS: PAKISTAN, GDP, AUSTRALIA, EGYPT, ETHIOPIA, MALAWI

File photo of South Africa's Oscar Pistorius running. He is reportedly dating a teen student ahead of his trial on march 3.
Oscar Pistorius Trial: Paralympian Reportedly Dating Teen College Student While Awaiting Judgement on Murder of Reeva Steenkamp

By IBTimes IN

As Oscar Pistorius is awaiting trial for the murder of his ex-girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, reports have surfaced that he is dating a teenage college student. (Mar 01)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, SILVER, LONDON

Hungary and Mozambique already have issued Steve Jobs stamps
After Hungary and Mozambique, US Finally Gears up for Postage Stamp on Apple's Steve Jobs

By IBTimes IN

Countries such as Hungary and Mozambique have already issued Steve Jobs stamps, while the US stamps are expected to be out only next year. (Feb 23)

MORE TOPICS: STEVE JOBS

ONGC Q3 Profit Beats Estimates on Writeback, Forex Gains

By Reuters

Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC.NS) beat expectations with a 28 percent rise in third-quarter profit on Thursday buoyed by a one-time provision writeback and forex gains from a weakened rupee. (Feb 14)

MORE TOPICS: CRUDE OIL, RETAIL, INDIA, INVESTMENT

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Things Politicians Should Never Say in Public: 'F*** the EU' and 5 Other Embarrassing Comments

By IBTimes IN

US Assistant Secretary of State for Europe, Victoria Nuland, allegedly used the expletive in a recent phone call with US ambassador to Kiev, Geoffrey Pyatt, while discussing a deal to end the crisis in Ukraine. (Feb 07)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, JOE BIDEN, UKRAINE, BARACK OBAMA

A miner holds a lump of iron ore at a mine located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia December 2, 2013.
CEO Sam Walsh Caps 1Year Leadership of Rio Tinto With Record 266 Million Tonnes of Iron Ore Production

By IBTimes AU

Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO) apparently has made the right decision in placing Sam Walsh at the helm of the company. A year after being appointed CEO, Mr Walsh has broken company records when he reported on Friday that the miner had produced 266 million tonnes of iron ore. (Jan 17)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, RIO TINTO, INVESTMENT

Mikhail Kalashnikov is No More: Tribute to the Man Who Made AK47

By IBTimes IN

Mikhail Kalashnikov, designer of the world famous assault rifle, AK47, died in Izhevsk, Udmurtia, on Monday. He was 94. (Dec 24)

MORE TOPICS: PORTUGAL

The Women In Nelson Mandela's Life

By IBTimes AU

Nelson Mandela has lived an austere life. He often concealed his emotions and only confided his feelings to a select few. He even refused to drink alcohol or smoke. As a President, he even made his own bed. (Dec 09)

MORE TOPICS: NELSON MANDELA, SOUTH AFRICA