Growth and Development in Mozambique Term Paper by writingsensation

Growth and Development in Mozambique
An examination of the current situation and possibilities for development in Mozambique.
# 75108 | 2,243 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Nov 28, 2006 in Economics (International)

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This paper examines the current situation Mozambique and the potential for growth in this developing nation. Several aspect of Mozambique are presented and analyzed. These involve the country's potential for becoming more economically independent. The major issues facing the population are discussed, such as health, education and employment. The author concludes that although Mozambique is still developing there is great potential for an economically independent nation.

Economic Environment
Start-Up Costs
Financing Resources
Actions that Might be Taken to Obtain Financing for the Business
Global Information Needs
Global Information Sources
Technology for Managing Information
Training and Development
Performance Appraisal
Economic and Financial Risks
Social and Cultural Risks
Political and Legal Risks
Risk Management Techniques

From the Paper:

"Since 1996, Mozambique has attained self-sufficiency in grains and, presently, cereal and cassava production is more than the national needs. But even now the agricultural productivity is below the African and regional average, and there is considerably great amount of unexploited potential for further growth. (Economic Overview) The capital of the country is at Maputo and the population is nearly 19 million. The life expectancies are very low with the figure being 37.83 years for males and 36.34 years for females. There are very few doctors and only a little over half of the population has access to safe drinking water. (Mozambique: Fact File) "

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