Mozambique must step up reforms to limit insurgent threat

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Issue 466 - 08 Aug 2022 - By Marc Howard | 5 minute read

Maputo is battling not only a protracted Islamist insurgency in the north, but also a dire economic situation, which all the talk of future gas revenues and governance improvements does little to assuage. The economy contracted in 2020, compounding the impact of underwhelming growth in the years preceding the Covid-19 pandemic.

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