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NewsData on firms in Mozambique’s manufacturing sector now available Mozambique Database Economic surveys
DatabaseMozambican manufacturing firms database
The data of the Survey of Mozambican Manufacturing Firms (Inquérito às Indústrias Manufactureiras de Moçambique) tracks the economic development of over 700 enterprises across seven provinces in Mozambique between 2012 and 2017.Mozambique Manufacturing firms Database
BlogMozambique: Improving our understanding of the potential of manufacturing
Mozambique’s manufacturing industry is facing many challenges. Nevertheless, we should not underestimate its linkages to the rest of the economy and its potential in terms of job creation and structural transformation...Manufacturing firms Manufacturing Manufacturing industries
BlogObstacles for Mozambique’s manufacturing firms amplified by macroeconomic disturbances
Mozambique has been facing macroeconomic difficulties since 2015. This has amplified the obstacles for micro, small and medium-sized manufacturing firms, but the actual problems lie deeper ...Manufacturing firms Structural transformation Macroeconomic policy
Policy seminarEnterprise development: How are Mozambican manufacturing firms doing? Findings from 2017
On 23 April 2018, the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique project hosted a public forum to share the results of its report on the business landscape for Mozambican manufacturing firms. The event sheds light on the current challenges faced by micro-,...
NewsPress release: Mozambican business environment continues to pose challenges for manufacturing firms
Press release: Inclusive growth in Mozambique programme to launch report at public forum on 23 April 2018 Maputo — Mozambican manufacturing firms continue to face logistical, regulatory, and financial constraints that hinder their ability to...Manufacturing firms Manufacturing Manufacturing industries
Working PaperSocial networks, geographic proximity, and firm performance in Vietnam
This paper uses panel data to assess the relative importance of social networks and geographic proximity to micro, small, and medium enterprises in Vietnam...Social networks Geographic proximity Manufacturing firms