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The World Bank regards Mozambique as a model supplicant. Foreign investment is pouring in, and for the past two years economic growth has stayed at around 10% and inflation has dropped more than 10-fold. What was the second poorest country in the world is now one of the first in line for debt "relief" from the wealthier nations.
City with a poetic edge
The World Bank regards Mozambique as a model supplicant. Foreign investment is pouring in, and for the past two years economic growth has stayed at around 10% and inflation has dropped more than 10-fold. What was the second poorest country in the world is now one of the first in line for debt "relief" from the wealthier nations.
'Now the ANC has got to deliver'
In fact, the only three things that haven't changed since I spent the last election with the Moches, are that they are all unemployed, with the exception of the father; all - two parents, three children and two grandchildren - still live in the same one-bedroom brick house; and all of them are going to vote for the African National Congress.
'Now the ANC has got to deliver'
In fact, the only three things that haven't changed since I spent the last election with the Moches, are that they are all unemployed, with the exception of the father; all - two parents, three children and two grandchildren - still live in the same one-bedroom brick house; and all of them are going to vote for the African National Congress.
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