Mozambique is experiencing a period of unprecedented economic growth, largely because of its reserves of fossil fuels. But its economic success could be under threat because of the re-emergence of an old conflict which sparked the country’s 16-year civil war. There are also signs of social strife in its cities where large parts of the population have yet to feel the benefits of economic growth.

MOZAMBIQUE is emerging as one of the world’s fasted growing economies, with a GDP real growth rate of 7.2 per cent in 2011.

Foreign investment has poured into the country in recent years. Roads, airports and power supplies are already much improved.

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The big prize for outside investors - and the country - is likely to be natural gas. Foreign companies are eyeing the country’s massive reserves of gas, which look set to propel the country to the number four spot in world rankings for gas producers, after Qatar, Russia and Iran
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