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Mozambique Mining Report Q1 2014 - New Market Study Published


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2013-12-25 23:13:45 - New Materials research report from Business Monitor International is now available from Fast Market Research

Mozambique will be one of the major growth stories in the global mining sector, as a combination of investment into the country's sizeable coal reserves and a relatively strong business environment coalesce to provide rapid growth in output. We expect the value of the country's mining sector to grow from US$259mn in 2012 to US$724mn in 2017, and increase from 1.8% of GDP in 2012 to 2.9% in 2017.

Mozambique's nascent coal sector is set to take off in the next few years, boosting the country's mining industry. Almost all of the coal produced will be exported and thus Mozambique has the potential to become one of the largest global exporters, with India and China the main destinations. While the outlook

for the sector is positive, there are concerns surrounding the capacity of the country's infrastructure to cope with the projected increase in mineral production over the next few years. However there have in fact been positive developments, with Mozambique's Nacala port ready to export its first shipment of coal from December 2013.

Full Report Details at
- www.fastmr.com/prod/754607_mozambique_mining_report_q1_2014.aspx

The government plans to implement a revised mining code in a bid to streamline procedures and attract more investment to its booming coal sector. The government has stated that its new mining code will not change royalties or mining taxes, and is purely to speed up the licence process and reduce bureaucracy for mining investment, a move that appears to be wholly positive for the sector. However, the new code's date of implementation remains unknown.

Mozambique is well positioned to benefit from increasingly stringent regulation and resource nationalism elsewhere on the continent, particularly in neighbouring Zimbabwe. Mozambique seeks to open up its mining sector to greater foreign investment and boost its competitiveness as a mining destination. This comes at a time when many countries across Africa and the rest of the world are seeking to raise taxes and increase government involvement in the mining sector.

Report Table of Contents:

BMI Industry View
SWOT
Industry Forecast
- Gold: Lacklustre Growth Ahead
- Table: Mozambique - Gold Projects
- Table: Mozambique - Gold Production
- Coal: Mozambique To Become Global Growth Driver
- India Takes An Interest
- Table: Mozambique - Largest New Coal Projects
- Infrastructure A Downside Risk
- Heightened Political Risk in Q413
- Table: Mozambique - Coal Production Forecast
Industry Risk Reward Ratings
- Risk/Reward Ratings
- Lower Gold Prices Reduce Rewards
- Table: Africa - Mining Risk/Rewards Ratings
- Reduced Rewards For Copper Mining
- Mixed Rankings For West Africa
- Substantial Rewards In Southern Africa
- Lack Of Uniformity In Regulatory Development
- Political & Infrastructure Risks Lurk
- Country Highlights
- South Africa: Deteriorating Environment For Mining Companies
- Mozambique: Mining Sector Set To Boom
- Botswana: All Round Outperformer
Market Overview
- Coal To Fuel Mining Sector Growth
- Regulation To Become More Supportive
- Table: Mozambique - Key New Projects
- Infrastructure & Political Risks
- Table: Mozambique - Mining Industry Value & Production
Regulatory Development
- Recent Developments
- Positive Regulatory Structure To Support Investment
- Tax Regime
- Corruption To Remain Key Concern
- Table: Mozambique - Political Overview
- Table: Africa - Mining Regulatory Outlook
Commodities Forecast
- Commodity Strategy
- Iron Ore: Prices To Head Lower In 2014
- Steel: Reprieve Unlikely To Last
- Aluminium: Weakness Resuming
- Copper: Continued Weakening
- Lead: Modest Secular Uptrend To Remain Intact
- Nickel: Can't Catch A Break
- Tin: Outperformance To Continue
- Zinc: Likely To Hold Up
- Table: Select Commodities - Performance & BMI Forecasts
- Table: BMI Commodities Strategy
Competitive Landscape
- Table: Select Companies - Comparative Metrics
Company Profile
- Rio Tinto - Q1 2014
- Company Overview
- Company Strategy
- Table: Rio Tinto - Key Financial Data
- Vale
- Company Overview
- Company Strategy
- Recent Financial News
- Company Details
- Table: Vale - Key Financial Data
Regional Overview
- Africa Overview
- 1. Chinese Investment Inflows To Continue
- 2. Lack Of Infrastructure A Major Hurdle
- 3. Regulatory Environment In Flux
- Table: Key Regulatory Developments
- 4. Gold Crunch To Gain Traction
- 5. Iron Ore Production In West Africa To Boom
- 6. Southern Africa To Become A Key Coal Exporter
Global Industry Overview
- Global Overview
- Downturn To Continue Into 2014
- 1. China Slowdown To Drive Mining Moderation
- 2. Frontier Mining Increasingly Challenging
- 3. Mining Services Firms Facing Tough Outlook
- But Opportunities Still Exist
- 1. Asian Outward Investment Continues
- 2. Private Equity Entering The Mix
- 3. Global Thermal Coal Demand Still Growing
Methodology
- Industry Forecast Methodology
- Sources
- Risk/Reward Rating Methodology
- Table: Mining Risk/Reward Ratings Indicators
- Table: Weighting Of Indicators

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